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23rd December 2014

Staff and students at St Brendan’s Sixth Form College donned their Christmas outfits on the last day of term to take part in a 2.5km fun run to raise money for charity – Teenage Cancer Trust and CAFOD’s Ebola Crisis Appeal were the charities chosen by the College’s students to be the recipients of all that was collected.

Father Christmases, shepherds, a donkey, a tiger and two monkeys were amongst those who took to the streets of Brislington!  Between them they raised £385 for the two charities.

Vicki Haigh, Head of Sport at St Brendan’s said “It was another proud day for the St Brendan’s Sports Union and in particular the Student Management Team who once again put together and delivered an event with a high level of professionalism, even braving the weather to ensure all participants had a great time!”