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Five members of Professor Len Seymour's laboratory (Arthur Dyer, Sally Frost, Sophie Owen, Tzveta Pokrovska and Ellie Scott) are limbering up to walk 100km non-stop in 24 hours over the August bank holiday to raise money for Cancer Research UK, Martlet's Hospice and the Red Cross.

If you have any spare money and would like to support them please visit the Just Giving page – all donations are greatly appreciated. 

In advance of any donations received the “Angels” thank you for your support.

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