News in brief: Abseil against disease

30th October 2009 at 00:00

Two Bradford College staff members joined students to raise pound;40,000 in a mass abseil to provide safe drinking water for people in Ethiopia. Rob Pennington, a lecturer in public services, and Jane Marshall, healthy college manager, abseiled down the 269ft-high Opal 3 tower in Leeds to raise money to help reduce water-borne disease in Ethiopia.

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