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.
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.