The parents of these children are ambulance staff and they're asking people not to attack their mums and dads.
The North West Ambulance Service said there were over 750 reported incidents of aggression last year - up by 27% - and most were directed at emergency crews
Amy Welch has been to meet some of those involved in this appeal.
Drivers urged to take extra care on motorways and major A roads overnight and tomorrow morning following a severe weather alert for snow.Read the full story ›
Britain is braced for the first significant snowfall of winter, with an overnight flurry expected to cause early morning disruption.Read the full story ›
It has been claimed thousands more families in the region are turning to foodbanks.
One charity says it handed out more than 77-thousand emergency supplies over the last six months, that's four thousand more than last year.
Meanwhile a study shows Manchester has the highest number of children living in poverty outside London.
Graham Whitham from End Child Poverty Coalition spoke to us earlier today:
A homeless charity is launching an urgent appeal after revealing nearly 1,700 children in the North West to wake up homeless this Christmas.Read the full story ›
The Royal British Legion's launched its Poppy Appeal in the North West ahead of Remembrance Day next month.
This year's fundraising target for the region is four million pounds
And all of us are being asked to re-think Remembrance this year, by focusing on the new generation of veterans.
More from our correspondent Rob Smith:
Next to the amazing trip that's a dream come true for some very brave children from north west.
We featured the group heading off to Florida on Granada Reports earlier this month
Well Lauren Hall went with them and sent this report:
A writer and human rights campaigner has said that he fears for his life if he's deported from the North West.
Amitt Bhatt, who lives in Greater Manchester, faces an appeal hearing on Friday.
Mr Bhatt fled from India two years ago and claims he was tortured following an investigation into government corruption there.
Tim Scott reports.
A North West MP says councils are still millions of pounds out of pocket following the devastating Boxing Day floodsRead the full story ›
The North West MEP Steven Woolfe has been discharged from hospital in Strasbourg after he collapsed at the European Parliament three days ago.
His aide told Granada Reports that Mr Woolfe is focused on continuing his recovery and will make no further comment today.
Meanwhile medical examinations found that bruising to Mr Woolfe's face was caused by more than just a fall or a seizure.
The UKIP MEP Mike Hookem, who was allegedly involved in an altercation with Mr Woolfe prior to his collapse, has since released a photo of his hands to reinforce the claim that he did not punch his colleague.
An internal UKIP probe is to investigate the incident, with some senior figures saying it should bar leadership front-runner Mr Woolfe from continuing in the race to head the party.