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Leeds & Holbeck bakes Pudsey Bear for Children in Need

Leeds & Holbeck Building Society plans to bake Pudsey Bear cookies to sell in aid of Children in Need at a charity coffee morning.


Staff at the Albion Street branch in Leeds will sell the cookies and raffle tickets for prizes donated from the society&#39s chief executive Ian Ward and operations director Chris Radford.


Senior customer service adviser Jennie Tate will be dressing as Pudsey Bear to entertain the children.


Head office branch manager Judith Bennett says: &#34It is wonderful to be able to do something for charity and the staff at head office have been very enthusiastic.&#34

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