There are fluffy onesies, superhero costumes and mouth-watering cupcakes galore across Sanctuary Care’s homes today as the teams and residents support BBC Children in Need.
It’s that time of year again when the nation unites to have fun and raise vital funds for a fantastic cause.
As usual Sanctuary Care’s teams and residents have been showing their support, including those at Regent Residential Care Home in St John’s, Worcester.
The team at the home have donned their pyjamas, capes and superhero masks, sold sweets and cakes and donated cash to take part in brainteasers to support the cause.
Meanwhile at Ravenhurst Residential Care Home in Stourport-on-Severn, people from the local community have been invited to drop into the home for a cuppa and a slice of something sweet in return for a donation to the charity.
In Birmingham, the team and residents at The Beeches Residential Care Home in Northfield dressed as their favourite superheroes and invited local people along for a coffee and cake afternoon.
The homes, which provide residential care and dementia care, will donate the money raised at their events to the national BBC Children in Need appeal, which funds projects which help disadvantaged children across the UK.