Still time to enter Pink Ribbon Run/Walk
MORE than 600 people are set to enter this year s Pink Ribbon Run/Walk on Sunday. The event on Therfield Heath will be raising money for Cancer Research UK. And this year organisers are hoping that £40,000 will be raised. This will mean that over the past
MORE than 600 people are set to enter this year's Pink Ribbon Run/Walk on Sunday.
The event on Therfield Heath will be raising money for Cancer Research UK.
And this year organisers are hoping that £40,000 will be raised.
This will mean that over the past three years £100,000 has been donated to the charity.
Over the past weeks one of the organisers, Maurice Hill, chairman of Royston Runners, has been giving groups - including Scouts from Steeple Morden - training sessions to prepare them for the three-mile event.
Organisers are hoping that 1,000 people will be talking part on Sunday - and entries for the event will be allowed up to 10am.
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This year Johnson Matthey is supporting the event by covering the costs of organising the day.
Michaela Huffer, one of the organisers, said: "It it invaluable to us. It means that every penny raised will be donated to Cancer Reseach UK."
The event's main sponsors will be the Royston-based accountants WKH.
Other sponsors involved are The Heath Sports Centre, the Rotary Club of Royston, Curwens Solicitors, Internet Geeks, The Stationery Cupboard, Wooden House Design & Media, Brooks Running, and Tesco.