World Museum’s ‘Party for Pudsey’

26 November 2010 by Alison Cornmell

This time last week World Museum was filled with more excitement and activity than usual and I was there to take part in it all.

Children in Need where filming the live regional broadcasts from the atrium at World Museum that were broadcast around the North west.

Some of you in the North West may have watched Terry Wogan and Tess Daly presenting live from London but noticed that every hour presenters Graham Liver and Kate Simms were in World Museum.

The museum was filled with hundreds of people including fundraisers, dancers, drummers and facepainters keeping the ‘Party for Pudsey’ going.

It was a fun filled event that everyone enjoyed, to see pictures fromt the night you can visit World Museum’s Facebok where there is an album of pictures from the night.

Atrium of World Museum filled with brightly dressed people

Children in Need’s ‘Party for Pudsey’ was filmed in World Museum’s atrium

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