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Children in Need 2012 with Build A Bear Worskhop

Build a Bear Workshop have worked with BBC Children in Need for the last five years. In 2010 they donated an amazing £135,000 to the charity.

In store children can make their Pudsey and Blush Bears now or you can purchase ready made ones from the Build a Bear Workshop website. There are also smaller bears available to buy too.

This year the new Pudsey is available with either a hoodie, jeans and cute trainer combo or with gorgeous set of cosy PJs! The ultimate gift for the little Build-A-Bear Workshop aficionado in your house. He is priced at £15 with £5 being donated to Children In Need. Pudsey’s best friend Blush is right on trend for BBC Children in Need this season, showing off her spots with a pretty polka dot matching bow and pink t-shirt. Again she is available to buy for £15 with £5 going to Children In Need.
New for 2012 is the Pudsey smallfry™, He comes dressed in a cool t-shirt with signature patch and paw print and who can forget the beautiful Blush smallfry™, who wears a cute polka dot bow with fetching red t-shirt. Both can be bought for £8 each with a £1 donation from every bear sold going to Children in Need.

Children in Need’s mission is to make a positive change to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. This years event will take place on 18th November. Last year they raised an amazing £39 million. This money has helped many organisations who work with children aged under 18 with mental, physical, behavioural and psychological disorders. They also help children who are living in poverty or who have been abused and neglected.

The boys will be wearing their PJs to school on 16th November to take part in their school fund raising events for Children In Need. We always support this very worthwhile charity and will always be happy to help raise awareness for such a great cause.

*We were not paid in anyway for writing this post*

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