Children in Need: Pounding the pavements for Pudsey

Pudsey Bear Pop along and meet Pudsey Bear at the live broadcasts every day

For five days in November, three intrepid members of staff from BBC Radio Humberside will embark on a journey across the region.

James Hoggarth and his right-hand-man and woman, Stuart Deakin and Kate Murphy, will walk from Bridlington to Scunthorpe, all in aid of Children In Need.

Along the way they will be making a series of pitstops, with a special appearance from Pudsey Bear himself.

This is your opportunity to pop down and support the walkers and, if you are feeling generous, put your donations straight into his big yellow paw.

At the end of each day there will be a Pudsey Party, with a live broadcast of Phil White's Afternoon Show on BBC Radio Humberside.

The show starts from 14:00 GMT but get there early or you will miss the arrival of Pudsey just after 15:00 GMT. The day will be rounded off with the arrival of the walkers, before they do it all again the following day.

Please do come along to any of the parties or the pitstops to show your support, and bring any fundraising ideas or donations to assist our Children in Need Appeal.

If you would like to organise something in your community or want more information, email: pavements@bbc.co.uk

Day One: Monday 12 November

11:25 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop One - Burton Agnes

The Blue Bell Hotel, Main Road, Burton Agnes

13:25 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop Two - Nafferton

Londis, 32 Middle Street, Nafferton

From 14:00 GMT- Pudsey Party - Hutton Cranswick

WI Hall, Main Street, Hutton Cranswick

Day Two: Tuesday 13 November

10:05 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop One - Lockington

Outside Lockington C of E Primary School, Front Street, Lockington

11:55 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop Two- Cherry Burton

Costcutter, 40 Main Street, Cherry Burton

13:25 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop Three - Walkington

The Post Office, 19 Eastend, Walkington

From 14:00 GMT - Pudsey Party - Cottingham

Cottingham Civic Hall, Market Green

Day Three: Wednesday 14 November

09:45 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop One - Willerby

Willerby Square Car Park, opposite St Andrews Church, Willerby

10:55 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop Two - Hessle

The Cake Room, 4 The Square, Hessle

12:30 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop Three - Barton

Water's Edge Visitors Centre, Barton-Upon-Humber

From 14:00 GMT: Pudsey Party - Goxhill

Goxhill Parish Room and Library, Howe Lane, Goxhill

Day Four: Thursday 15 November

09:45 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop One - Thornton Curtis

Thornton Hunt Inn, 17 Main Street, Thornton Curtis

10:50 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop Two - Wootton

School House - Wootton St. Andrews C of E Primary, 6 High Street, Wootton

12:30 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop Three - Barnetby

Barnetby Village Hall, Silver Street, Barnetby

From 14:00 GMT: Pudsey Party - Brigg

Brigg Market, Brigg

Day Five: Friday 16 November

10:35 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop One - Hibaldstow

St Hybald's Church Hall, Church Street, Hibaldstow

11:55 GMT: Pudsey Pit Stop Two - Kirton-in-Lindsey

Mount Pleasant Windmill, North Cliff Road, Kirton-in-Lindsey

From 14:00 GMT: Pudsey Party - Scunthorpe

Bath's Hall, Doncaster Road Scunthorpe

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