People in Lincoln and the surrounding areas have been busy raising money of the BBC Children in Need appeal and among them is a few local ‘heroes’.
The campaign is supporting 2,600 projects that are working with children to face a range of disadvantages and challenges.
Across Lincoln on Friday, November 14 hundreds of school children, businesses and groups donned fancy dress costumes and collection buckets in order to do their bit for charity.
There are still plenty of chances to donate to the Children in Need cause, and the star studded television event will begin at 7pm tonight on BBC1, through to 2pm.
You can also donate by visiting the BBC Children in Need website.
Here are some of the efforts made by people in Lincoln today:
Oliver, 5, went to Heighington Millfield Primary Academy dressed as Robin today, where the children also had a superhero-themed cupcake competition.
Five-year-old Rufus Bell became a member of The Aquabats for Children in Need.
Leadenham Church of England Primary School students helped raise money for Children in Need by hosting a superheroes breakfast with sausage sandwiches and biscuits.
Baby Hayden has been wearing his Pudsey ears for Children in Need.
Staff and students from Lincoln Castle Academy spent the day as their favourite heroes in order to raise money for charity.
Staff at the Post Office on Bailgate Lincoln have been collecting for charity.
Staff at the Pavillions accommodation on Ruston Way got into the spirit too.
The team at Russell Payne & Co Chartered Accountants made a great effort for their Children in Need Costumes.
Alfie and Maisie davies-Todd dressed as incredibles.
If you hosted a Children in Need event in Lincoln and would like to be included in our roundup, you can get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.