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Some bizarre stunts for the very best of good causes

IT was that time of the year again, when people dress up and do silly things to raise money for Children in Need.

This Is Lancashire: TAKE THAT: Kerry Pickering, Chris Williams and Steph Palmer are all in the stocks	CM2913/2 TAKE THAT: Kerry Pickering, Chris Williams and Steph Palmer are all in the stocks CM2913/2

At Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup, people needing x-rays could have been forgiven for thinking they had stepped into some other kind of film set.

It was more Blues Brothers than blue lights as staff dressed up West End-style to raise £800 for the appeal.

This is the 10th year the x-ray department has taken part in the event and so far staff have raised more than £8,000 for Children In Need.

The Kent Korkers and Pork Scratchins Morris dancers performed in Bexleyheath Broadway on Saturday. Generous shoppers helped them raise more than £1,000 for the appeal.

Staff at the B&Q store in Belvedere, raised more than £600 through a series of bizarre stunts. There were managers in the stocks for customers to throw wet sponges and manager Steve Tilley had his back waxed and there were songs and comedy acts.



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