A church in Sheffield's hosting a children's sponsored sleep over to help raise building restoration funds.
A group of children will be sleeping under an infestation of Death Watch Beetles this evening as they look to raise money for the restoration of their church. Holy Trinity and St Oswald's in Doncaster needs specialist treatment to deal with the pests. The youngsters are taking part in a sponsored sleepover to help with the fundraising.
Thirteen year-old Kaylee Dickerson tells Premier's she's a bit nervous:
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