Published: 24th November 2014
Actress Sally Bretton may be known to millions of TV viewers for Not Going Out but she seemed to be happy enough on the red carpet at the BAFTA Children's Awards last night.
The 34-year-old arrived at the awards ceremony wearing black tights and shoes and a white, thigh-length jacket over a grey top.
The actress has been playing Lucy - the long-suffering landlady of Lee Mack's character - in the BBC One sitcom about a group of friends living in London since 2007.
Hosted by rapper Doc Brown, this year's BAFTA Children's Awards was staged at the Roundhouse in London.
Award winners included nine-year-old actress Cherry Campbell, who stars in Cbeebies' Katie Morag show, presenters Dick and Dom and Debbie Moon, a writer for Wolfblood, the CBBC werewolf drama.
A special award, meanwhile, was given to Peter Firmin - co-creator of classic animations Bagpuss and The Clangers - for his outstanding contribution to children's entertainment.
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