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Ed Sheeran fans have been queuing the rain to pick up a bargain second-hand shirt.
The Suffolk singer-songwriter has donated around 20 items of his clothing to the new East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) shop in Halesworth in Suffolk.
Ed is an ambassador for EACH and has donated clothing before.
Some 100 items sold previously for £8,000, as well as his teenage drum kit which raised £2,650.
A new scheme to teach schoolchildren about business and risk management is being rolled out across Norfolk.
It has been launched this week at Norwich City Football Club, and the aim is to give young people skills that will help them in later life.
They learn by practicing running a football club online and making the day to day decisions.
Now obviously you're suppose to eat them, but dozens of people took to the streets of Norwich today for a charity pancake fun run!
More than 50 people from local businesses have been taking part in pancake races outside The Forum.
All the money raised will go towards a new £10 million East Anglia's children's hospice in Framlingham Earl in Norfolk.
"The proceeds will be used to make a real difference at EACH in Norfolk, whether supporting our short-break care, end-of- life care and bereavement support services or our appeal for a new purpose-built hospice."
There'll be lots of laughs in Lowestoft this week as clowns from allover the country meet up for the start of their annual gathering.
It's a chance to clown around, swapping ideas and find out more about things like makeup and props.
The convention runs all week in different venues across the town.
It kicks off with a make-up workshop at the Hatfield Hotel.
The Milton Keynes extreme sports centre helping to make dreams come true.
iFly at the Xscape centre in the town has teamed up with a charity to give people with disabilities a taste of skydiving.
Sportability says the aim is to get people out of their wheelchairs and involved in challenging pursuits.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Liz Summers