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In the long run

A team of highly trained athletes from the AJ sacrificed their precious weekend lie-ins for the good of architecture last Sunday morning (24 June), by taking part in the Architects Benevolent Society charity fun run. AJ staffers Tom Peardon, Angus Montgomery, James Pallister and Terry Roll (shown here, from left to right) all slogged their way around the 6km central London course to raise money for the organisation, which offers advice and support for architects or their dependents who have fallen on hard times. It’s not too late to show your support for the charity, and any sponsorship would be gratefully received. Please give generously at www.justgiving.com

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