Gallery: Over 700 runners take part in 2014 Royston in Blue event raising cash for Teenage Cancer Trust

16:43 23 June 2014

Royston in Blue 2014 (Pic: David Hatton)

Royston in Blue 2014 (Pic: David Hatton)

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Over 700 runners braved the heat on Therfield Heath on Sunday for this year’s Royston in Blue race.

The charity run/walk saw competitors take to the course at the heath, raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Participants were encouraged to dress up in blue costumes, with prizes for the best costume and the best-dressed dog.

For a full report, see Thursday’s Crow.

Pictures by David Hatton.

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