Pudsey Bear visits the local area dancing to his own song


Tuesday 13 November 2018



Pudsey Bear has had a fantastic time with Beacon Wealth Group visiting the local area in the last week, in the run up to his special night on 16 November 2018.

Pudsey Bear attended Kimbolton fireworks and visited local schools, pre-schools, nurseries and Holly Ward at Hinchingbrooke hospital.

The theme this year for Children in Need is ‘Do Your Thing’ so the team at Beacon Wealth Group came up with the Pudsey Bear song to a tune of Baby Shark, complete with BSL signs. The school children have been learning the British Sign Language actions and singing and dancing with Pudsey.

Have a look at Beacon Wealth Management website to view their video where you can also donate to Children In Need.

BBC Children in Need was set up in 1980 and makes a difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.

Tony Larkins, Beacon Wealth Managing Director, commented: “We like to be part of the community and get involved with local schools and the hospital to give back a bit of enjoyment to the children, while raising money and awareness for a good charity. Children in Need is such a fantastic cause we are delighted we have been able to do this over the last 10 years and working with the BBC for the last seven years we have raised £1000’s over the years and will continue to do so.”

Fund totals are being collated currently and will be shared on the Beacon Wealth Management website, all funds raised go straight to BBC Children in Need.



Forthcoming Events

January 7 2019 / 5.00-7.00pm
Informal Networking Evening – Huntingdon
January 14 2019 / 5.00-7.00pm
Informal Networking Evening – Ely
January 16 2019 / 5.00-7.00pm
Informal Networking Evening – Peterborough
January 17 2019 / 5.00-7.00pm
Informal Networking Evening – Cambridge
January 22 2019 / 7.45-10.00am
Cambridge Safari Business Breakfast
January 23 2019 / 5.00-7.00pm
Informal Networking Evening – Fenland
January 24 2019 / 4.00-7.00pm
Beer Tasting and Networking - Ely