Kensington High Street Post Office took part in a UK-wide game of Pass the Parcel to help raise money for the BBC Children in Need 2016 Campaign .
It was one of nine post offices taking part in a challenge which is seeing a parcel sent to branches on an 1,800 mile journey through England, Scotland Wales and Northern Ireland, before ending up at Pudsey Post Office in Yorkshire on BBC Children in Need day (Friday November 18).
Each branch team has to take part in a fundraising challenge which is only revealed when the unwrap the top layer of the parcel.
Each branch then sets the challenge for the next branch on the journey.
The Kensington High Street branch received its challenge - to guess the total amount of foreign currency the branch handled last week - from Pembroke Post Office in Wales, before sending it on with a ‘Pin the tail on the donkey’ task to Boscombe East Post Office in Bournemouth.
Branch postmaster Monty Sachikonye said: “The team here are very used to dealing with parcels, but this one was certainly a bit more challenging than the ones we usually accept.
“The team and customers all thought it was great fun though and it is of course for a great cause which we are delighted to support.”
The branch raised £68 by participating in the challenge on Wednesday (November 16) which will be put to good use by Children in Need .
The Children in Need fundraiser takes place tonight (Friday November 18) on BBC 1 from 7pm.
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