Organisers come under orders
PLANS are under way for this year s Pink Ribbon Run/Walk in aid of Cancer Research UK. And organisers are hoping to attract 1,000 people to the event on Therfield Health on June 22. Last year the walk/run raised £40,000 to add to the £21,000 raised in 200
PLANS are under way for this year's Pink Ribbon Run/Walk in aid of Cancer Research UK.
And organisers are hoping to attract 1,000 people to the event on Therfield Health on June 22.
Last year the walk/run raised £40,000 to add to the £21,000 raised in 2006.
Michaela Huffer, one of the organisers, said there is the hope that this year's event will prove record-breaking.
The event will be open to men and women, and children. It will involve completing a three-mile course around the heath.
Entry forms will be available in April.
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Everyone entering will receive a medal and a T-shirt and are encouraged to wear pink for the event.
Organisers will be giving prizes for those dressed in the best costumes.
The Royston-based accountants WKH will again be the event's main sponsors and there will be support from the Heath Sports Club.
The organisers have also set up a new website for the event and are appealing to companies to help them met the costs of the event.
# For more details visit the website at www.pinkribbonrunwal.co.uk