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Pudsey peep board raising funds for Children in Need with Stagecoach East Midlands

07 Nov 2016

Continuing with their fundraising efforts, Stagecoach East Midlands are showing their support for Children in Need by launching a fun peep board fundraising campaign for their customers in Hull. 

On Friday 18th November, the Stagecoach team will be joined by a life-sized ‘Pudsey’ at the Hull Interchange on Ferensway. 

For £1, people can have their photo taken in the Pudsey peep board and Stagecoach will match every donation in a bid to raise even more money for Children in Need. The photos will be tweeted from @StagecoachEMid throughout the day and people will be emailed their Pudsey photo. 

Michelle Hargreaves, Managing Director of Stagecoach East Midlands, said: “We are delighted we can bring Pudsey to the Hull Interchange. As a company, we always strive to find new ways in which we can raise money for various charities. By bringing a Pudsey peep board to the Interchange, people can donate to Children in Need and have a bit of fun with their famous mascot before they hop on their bus.” 

Children in Need is the BBC’s UK corporate charity. Using people’s generous donations, the charity provides grants to projects across the UK that focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged. 

Pudsey and the team will be based between Bay 1 and the travel office from 10am to 3pm.