Children in need

A LITTLE bit of magic at Frankie and Benny s in Huntingdon raised more than £400 for Children in Need. Magician Jonathan Jenkins entertained diners with his table top magic performances and balloon modelling at the restaurant in Towerfields. As well as e

A LITTLE bit of magic at Frankie and Benny's in Huntingdon raised more than £400 for Children in Need.

Magician Jonathan Jenkins entertained diners with his table top magic performances and balloon modelling at the restaurant in Towerfields.

As well as entertaining, the magic - on November 17-18 - boosted the BBC appeal by £469 through donations.

DRINKERS at a St Ives watering hole not only dressed up to raise money for Children in Need but also volunteered to have their legs and heads shaved.


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The scene at The Manchester Arms in St Ives saw some of the men dressed up as women, and some of the women dressed up as nurses.

Their efforts raised £300 for the appeal.

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A CLOSE SHAVE: Luke Hopkins dressed up as a bride agrees to have his legs shaved to raise money for Children in Need.

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