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I wouldn't normally walk, but the cause behind this event encouraged me to take part today," he said.
This year we had an immense response and more people came on the day wanting to take part.
The `post-16s' who take part in the spring programme are recruited from Sheffield College, a huge five-site institution with 40,000 students--about 6,000 of whom are full-time.
Research volunteers are not merely "subjects" of research, but actively take part in the search for knowledge.
Children, teachers, parents and members of the community descended on Churchill Community College in Wallsend to take part in the national Let's Get Cooking BIG Cookathon last week.
Anyone can take part and the sight of thousands of women - and men - parading down the capital's streets in their bras is a wonderful sight which will live long in the memory.