Pyjama fund-raisers

By Rob George Friday 09 November 2012 Updated: 16/11 11:14

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Jade Parkins and Bethenie Martin were among those to ‘Go Pyjamas’ in aid of Children in Need. (s)

A GROUP of caring Droitwich youngsters were inspired to ‘Go Pyjamas’ last Sunday (November 4) and raised more than £400 for BBC’s Children In Need appeal.

Jade Parkins and a group of friends danced in their pyjamas or onesies in Victoria Square after being inspired by the Blue Peter’s Childen In Need Appeal to ‘Go Pyjamas’.

Her friend Bethenie Martin also persuaded her sister to add colour to the event with some face-painting and Spa residents turned out at the event to donate cash to the good cause.

Town mayor Coun Anne Taft also paid a visit to lend her support to the kind-hearted girls’ efforts.

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