Days Gone By: When the BBC Sport Relief Mile took over Ipswich in 2006
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Have we pictured you in our gallery of the BBC Sport Relief Mile in Ipswich in 2006?
Sport Relief kicks into action this Saturday, with hundreds of individuals, businesses and community groups set to get moving to do their bit for the cause.
This was certainly the case in 2006, when the BBC Sport Relief Mile was held in Ipswich.
The race was started at Christchurch Park by Ipswich Town manager Jim Magilton, and runners of all ages tore through the town centre - some in fancy dress.
The BBC Sport Relief Mile was designed to give anyone the chance to take part, regardless of ability or age.
More than 423,000 people took part across the country that year, making it one of the biggest mass participation events in history.
Sport Relief 2018 is taking place from Saturday, March 17 to Friday, March 23.
- 1 Mapped: Where parasite dangerous to dogs has been reported in Suffolk
- 2 Plans for flats in former Ipswich pub progress
- 3 Lane on A14 reopens after severe delays on Orwell Bridge
- 4 Man turned up naked on woman's doorstep after Euros Final
- 5 Train services in Suffolk cancelled after horses escape onto tracks
- 6 'Quietly confident' - Felixstowe Indian restaurant goes alcohol-free
- 7 Busy Ipswich road reopens after small sinkhole is repaired
- 8 Why has my car been covered in dust?
- 9 Man found dead as police and fire service called to Ipswich home
- 10 Critically endangered calf born at Jimmy's Farm near Ipswich
Did you take part in the BBC Sport Relief Mile in Ipswich in 2006, or do you recognise someone you know in this gallery?
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