Pupils at a school in South Gloucestershire have decided to do their bit to help people in the Philippines, following the devastating typhoon there.
Youngsters at St Barnabas Primary School in Warmley have donated their clothes to the Red Cross to raise money.
Ellie Barker went along to see the operation in action.
The Red Cross is 150 years old. And to help them celebrate, one of the people who received their iconic food parcels during the Second World War has been to a Red Cross warehouse at Warmley near Bristol. Ken Goodwin reports.
During the 150 years it has been existence the Red Cross has sent out over 25 million food parcels. David Isherwood received them when he was a boy during the Second World War, when the Germans occupied the Channel Islands where he lived.
So, what was actually in them?
British Red Cross is celebrating its 150th anniversary, and a vital part of the operation is based in the West Country.
The Bristol Emergency Response centre in Warmley has sent out thousands of emergency aid and food parcels over the years.
The Red Cross is celebrating its 150th anniversary, and a vital part of the operation is based in South Gloucestershire.
The Bristol Emergency Response centre at Warmley has sent out thousands of emergency aid, hygiene and food parcels over the years.
A man arrested in Somerset after the discovery of a suspected explosive device in Warmley in South Gloucestershire has been released on bail.
Police were called to Kenmoor Close on Saturday after suspicious items were found in a shed. 80 homes were evacuated for five hours.
The army detonated one device safely nearby while other items were taken for examination.
Resident Josie Marshall was about to get in the bath when the police asked her to leave her home and move to a safer spot.
Meanwhile, resident Steve Nicholls had just returned from holiday when he was asked to gather at a nearby supermarket cafe.
The residents of eighty homes had to be moved out to safety as explosives experts was drafted in to blow up what's described as a suspicious item at a house.
Part of Warmley near Bristol was cordoned off. People were told to gather at a nearby supermarket cafe or relocate to the homes of family or friends.
A man's been arrested in Somerset in connection with the incident.
A man has been arrested following a controlled explosion of a suspicious item in Warmley, South Gloucestershire.
About 80 homes were evacuated yesterday afternoon while the Army carried out a controlled explosion on the device, which was found at an address in Kennmoor Close, Warmley.
The man was arrested in Somerset and is currently being questioned by police.
Around 80 homes were evacuated after a suspicious device was found at a property in South Gloucestershire.
The Army carried out a controlled explosion on the device, which was found at an address in Kennmoor Close, Warmley.
Avon and Somerset Police said a resident informed them that suspicious items had been found yesterday afternoon.
Residents stayed with local family and friends or went to the cafe at the nearby ASDA supermarket.
The Army carried out a controlled explosion on one of the items in nearby Barrs Court Park, police said.
Police are continuing their investigations on the scene today but they say there is no need for any further evacuation at this stage and residents do not need to worry.