Pudsey Bear Is Named after What?

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The Pudsey bear is named after 'Children In Need'. It was first created in 1985 by a BBC graphics designer Joanna Ball. The bear was named after her home market town of Pudsey, West Yorkshire, where her only grandfather was a mayor.
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