Listen: How Peppa Pig’s Puddle Walk is adapting to social distancing

Tyler PittawayDrivetime, Gateway Response: ActivitiesLeave a Comment

Save the Children’s annual Muddy Puddle Walk campaign with Peppa Pig is getting a makeover this year, with the charity calling on wellington wearers everywhere to don their boots and continue the tradition in the safety of their own homes.

From today until the 17th of May, nursery-school‐goers and families are being encouraged to take advantage of the new resources available online to re‐create their own Muddy Puddle magic and raise valuable funds to assist the charity’s vital work to support children across the UK and beyond.

I was joined on the phone today by fundraising lead for Save the Children, Rose Dawood, to find out a little bit more:

Register for the Muddy Puddle Week (at home) on this page.

Families can support Save the Children by making a donation, of whatever they can afford at this time, BY CLICKING HERE or by texting MUD to 70008 to donate £5 or texting PEPPA to 70008 to donate £10.

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