Cancer Research’s Race for Life returns

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North Weald Airfield welcomed Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life on Wednesday 15 July 2015.

1,600 women of all ages ran, jogged or walked around the 5 and 10 kilometre courses aiming to raise £105,000 for this important charity. As usual everyone who took part got in to the spirt of things with fancy dress and heaps of enthusiasm making this years race for life one to remember.

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Valuable cause

Runners were welcomed by Councillor Liz Webster Chairman of Epping Forest District Council before they took their places at the start line, ready to take on the course raising money for research into all 200 types on cancer.

Chairman Liz Webster said: “Events like these are always such a pleasure, seeing the community come together to raise money for such a valuable cause.”

Want to take part?

There are many ways to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Visit their website to see how you can