Pulling out the stops for charity...
8:37am 19th November 2010
(Updated 8:38am 19th November 2010)
A fancy dress walk will take place through the streets of Selby later all in aid of Children in Need.
Organised by Horton Housing - a group that supports homeless people in the district - they're hoping to raise about five-hundred-pounds.
They're also doing a table top sale, some Pudsey games and a bit of waxing for the men.
The day will start at 10:30am at Community House Selby.
York's recycling collection crews are pulling out all the stops for charity.
In support of this year's Children in Need campaign they're taking a specially decorated 'spotty' vehicle around Clifton and Skelton.
Staff will also be dressed head-to-toe in brightly coloured spotty attire.
They are being sponsored by colleagues at the City of York Council.
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