In Pictures: Edinburgh pupils drum up money for Children in Need

YOUNGSTERS from across the Capital did their bit to tally up funding for Children in Need.

Saturday, 18th November 2017, 6:00 am
Updated Tuesday, 12th December 2017, 12:00 pm
Castleview Primary welcome Pudsey the Bear for a visit on the big day

The annual fundraiser saw children don fancy dress and tackle quirky tasks in order to drum up cash for charity.

Pupils at Granton Primary School raised money by holding a dnace-a-thon. After the event, a conga formed in the playground - allowing everyone to take part.

At Castleview Primary School in Craigmillar, youngsters welcomed a celebrity guest as Pudsey the Bear paid a visit as pupils waited patiently to meet the Children in Need mascot. Pupils at Portobello’s Towerbank Primary dressed in spots for the day.

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Granton Primary have a Dance-A-Thon for Children in Need.

Bank of Scotland call centre staff at its Pentland House headquarters helped process public donations during last night’s telethon.

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Granton Primary have a Dance-A-Thon for Children in Need. Then a conga went into the playground for everyone to join in
Castleview Primary welcome Pudsey the Bear for a visit on the big day
Granton Primary have a Dance-A-Thon for Children in Need.
Granton Primary have a Dance-A-Thon for Children in Need. Then a conga went into the playground for everyone to join in
Castleview Primary welcome Pudsey the Bear for a visit on the big day