This year marks the 14th year Boots has partnered with BBC Children in Need. During this time Boots customers and colleagues have raised over £10 million to help change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
But it’s not enough, they want to raise even more so, this year they are launching Go bright!
On Friday 3rd November there will be Pudsey Parlours popping up in 100 Boots stores where No7 advisors will be on-hand to give you an amazing Go bright makeover for a suggested donation of £2.
Sophie Ellis-Bextor has worked with Boots No7 to create 3 beautiful Go bright looks that are easy to recreate at home so, get down to Boots on Friday 3rd November and show your love for Pudsey and help this worthwhile cause!
Money raised from the Go bright campaign will support projects across the UK, which help to build confidence and resilience of disadvantaged children and young people.
Share your love for Pudsey and your #GoBright look on social media to bring attention to this worthwhile cause and make the world a brighter place for children and young people across the UK.