Pink rinse for pink run

PUBLISHED: 13:32 27 June 2009 | UPDATED: 16:03 11 May 2010

Staff at Harpers Hair dressed up for the Pink Ribbon run/walk

Staff at Harpers Hair dressed up for the Pink Ribbon run/walk

TOMORROW Royston will be awash with pink as hundreds of people take part in the Pink Ribbon Run/Walk. A local hairdressers have already been getting in the pink and raising cash for Marie Curie Cancer Care. Staff at Harper s Hair in Bassingbourn have be

TOMORROW Royston will be awash with pink as hundreds of people take part in the Pink Ribbon Run/Walk.

A local hairdressers have already been getting in the pink and raising cash for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Staff at Harper's Hair in Bassingbourn have been dressing in pink attire and collecting donations from customers throughout the last week.

They also decorated their salon with a pink theme to mark the occasion.

The run takes place this Sunday, and anyone wishing to enter the three-mile race on the day is advised to arrive before 10am so that they can be registered. A group warm up will take place at 10.40am, before the start of the race at 11am.

For more information, log on to www.pinkribbonrunwalk.co.uk.

*Check out The Crow website, www.roystoncrow24.co.uk, for all the best pictures of the Pink Run. If you would like to submit a picture of your team for our gallery, email your top snap to news@royston-crow.co.uk.

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