Teams at Leicester, Derby and Chesterfield DHU Health Care all put on their Pudsey ears and worked hard to raise money for Children in Need.
LLR Division (Leicester) raised £56.86 with a cake sale and through the annual Duck Race which was a sweepstake in the Children In need pack.
Elsewhere, Ashgate Manor and Johnson colleagues took part in a fixed cycle ride competition. Together they cycled a total of 542 miles with Johnson colleagues pedalling up an impressive 474 miles and Ashgate Team biking a very respectable 400 miles!
Operational lead at Ashgate, Xeni Elshaw, clocked up the most miles cycled by an individual with 68 miles, followed by Derby clinician, Roger Nicols who cycled 13 Miles.
It was tired legs all around, but those participating in the stationary cycle ride on Friday November 16 can be proud that they raised a total of £132 for Children in Need.
BBC Children in Need exists to change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. Since our first major Appeal in 1980 BBC Children in Need has raised over £972 million to help make a difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people around the UK.
Pictured: Malcolm King, Donna McDonnell, Ellesha Cox, Maryam Master & Nana Tamuno