The annual Children In Need fundraiser got you thinking outside the box for new ways to raise money.

Pupils at St Helen’s College in Parkway, Hillingdon held a crepe sale, Bring a Bear to School day, nearly new toy sale, cake sale, book sale and a ‘bring and buy’ sale.

St Helen's College pupils dress as superheroes
 

Children bought Children in Need merchandise and a raffle was held, with Pudsey and Blush Bear prizes.

Teachers, heroes just for one day
 

On Friday, November 14, all of the school’s pupils and staff attended school dressed as superheroes.

Also on Friday, Barclays branches across the borough were busy raising money.

In West Drayton, the branch Pudsey tea party was joined by special guest Councillor Catherine Dann, the Mayor of Hillingdon and her consort, Councillor David Yarrow.

In Hayes, the branch team had a bake-off and ran a raffle, and in Uxbridge a giant Pudsey Bear took pride of place in the banking hall.

Barclays West Drayton branch staff Lilly Harris and Kathy Long, on left, and Susan Hiscock on the right, with the Mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor Catherine Dann, second right, and Nick Smith, Barclays Community Fundraiser, centre.
 

The money is still being counted but it is expected that across the branches more than £1,000 will be raised, which Barclays will match.

Did you have a Children In Need event? Send your pictures to alan.hayes@trinitymirror.com