05:00PM, Wednesday 14 December 2016
Santas, elves, reindeer and even a zebra raced around BCA campus to raise money for the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service on Monday.
The Santa run was organised by level three public service students as part of their module.
More than 300 students and staff took part in the race, which raised more than £355 for the charity.
Nari Sahota, public services lecturer, said: "It went really well, students organised the annual event and did the marshaling and organising.
"The route was around campus and the money raised will be presented to Alexander Devine in the new year."
The race took place around the campus in Hall Place.
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