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THE FUNDRAISING FOR BBC CHILDREN IN NEED CONTINUES WITH CBEEBIES STAR JUSTIN FLETCHER JOINING THE CELEBRITY EBAY AUCTION    

Designs from stars such as Mel C, Isla Fisher have been snapped up but you are still in with a chance to own an exclusive framed and signed celebrity styled ‘In the Night Garden’ Igglepiggle design – or pick up the perfect original Xmas gift

Popular children’s TV personality and CBeebies star, Justin Fletcher AKA Mr Tumble, is the latest celebrity to join the celebrity auction that raised hundreds of pounds for Children in Need 2008.  This year's fundraising theme is ‘Do Something Different’ and to celebrate, Igglepiggle, one of the stars of award-winning children’s programme, In the Night Garden, joined forces with Pudsey to invite celebrities to get creative and style him a new look. To place your bid for the Justin Fletcher design and to raise much-needed funds for BBC Children in Need, simply log onto www.inthenightgarden.co.uk, click straight through to the eBay auction and snap up this exclusive James Bond design that will give even 007 a run for his money! 

Following in the footsteps of celebrities including Sporty Spice Melanie C, movie star and mum Isla Fisher and glamorous TV presenter Claudia Winkleman, each celebrity design has been auctioned on eBay with all proceeds going to BBC Children in Need. Top fashion designer Zandra Rhodes and stylists to the stars, Lucie McCullin and Emma Milne-Watson have risen to the challenge of teaching Igglepiggle how to embrace all of next season’s key trends!  For the sports fans out there, England rugby star Will Greenwood also joined the scrum plus X Factor talent, Same Difference and Britain’s Got Talent winner George Sampson adapted their unique style to Igglepiggle’s new look.

Regularly seen on CBeebies, a best-selling toy and star of his own DVD, In the Night Garden’s Igglepiggle is a celebrity in his own right and is supporting this campaign to raise money for a very worthwhile cause.  Last year's BBC Children in Need Appeal raised a record-breaking £37 million, which went to help thousands of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK who are living with a disability or in situations of neglect, abuse or deprivation. 

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