700 women of all ages came together and raised over £35,000 for Cancer Research UK at this year’s Race for Life.
They ran, jogged or walked around the 5k and 10k tracks at North Weald Airfield on Wednesday 12 July 2017 to help raise money to beat cancer!
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The Epping Forest District Council Chairman Councillor David Stallan started the race with a heart-felt speech. The theme was pink, with many participants wearing placards with the names of friends and relatives on, remembering those who have suffered from cancer.
Smiles at the start line
Epping Forest District Council Chairman Councillor David Stallan: “It was fantastic to see so many local women of all ages turn up to support Race for Life. The weather was perfect and the atmosphere was even better. They walked, ran or jogged around North Weald Airfield raising £35,000 for Cancer Research UK. Judging by all the smiles at the start line, it looked like everyone taking part had a great time.”
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