A PHOTO of the face of Doncaster teenager Andrew Gosden was among more than 10,000 images held up at Wembley to raise awareness of the tens of thousands of children who go missing every year in the UK.
Members of the Rock Choir, a community singing phenomenon sweeping the country, filled the London stadium with posters of some of the 100,000 children who go missing each year.
Andrew has not been seen since he headed for school from his home at Littlemoor Lane, Balby, nearly four years ago, when he was 14.
He was caught on CCTV cameras leaving Kings Cross Station in London the same day as he went missing.
His parents Kevin and Glenys have campaigned tirelessly to try to find him, writing to every school in the country to try to track him down.
Earlier this year they arranged for a search of the River Thames.
Caroline Redman Lusher, director of the Rock Choir, said: “If we can help just one missing child be brought home to safety, it will all have been worthwhile.”