Video & Gallery: Big Brother makes a visit to Sutton

PUBLISHED: 12:00 27 July 2009 | UPDATED: 10:58 04 May 2010


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BIG Brother paid a visit to Sutton this week for a special week long project. The Bring On Summer Holidays group (BOSH) invited a dozen young volunteers to take part in a special scaled down version of the hit television show complete with a diary room,

BIG Brother paid a visit to Sutton this week for a special week long project.

The Bring On Summer Holidays group (BOSH) invited a dozen young volunteers to take part in a special scaled down version of the hit television show complete with a diary room, daily challenges and home-cooking.

The volunteers, who spent a week without iPods, television, internet or even hair straightners, toughed it out at the specially adapted Big Brother House at the Glebe Centre in Sutton.

After a gruelling week of work and nominations 16 year-old Josh Locke, was crowned champion, walking away with £100 and a trophy to go with the highly prized bragging rights as most popular housemate.


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