It was a sea of pink at Palm Bay this weekend as women and girls took on a variety of courses in aid of Cancer Research UK.
It was a tough challenge as temperatures nudged towards the mid 80 degrees but entrants rallied to complete their routes and raise essential cash for the cause.
Entrants ran 5k, half marathon and/or took part in the Pretty Muddy challenge.
Ahead of the race volunteers from Ageless Thanet, GOGA, Your Leisure and Our Kitchen on the Isle of Thanet were busy filling 800 goodie bags for all those taking part.
Here are the pictures posted by some of the amazing people who took part.
Sarah J Newman said: I took part in the muddy race. All in aid of my son Ben who is currently battling a brain tumour (medulloblastoma)”
Becca Jayne: I took part in the muddy one and the normal one with my 7 year old on the Sunday too.”
Victoria Owen: Cambridge villa Supported Living Cambridge Villa Supported Living raised over £450 and did the 5k
Kaye Rothwell: We took part for my grandad who passed away at Christmas ‘Woody’s Angels’
Jessica Conroy (Thanet Ambulance Girls) raised nearly £3000 and over 30 of us from the local ambulance station took part
Nicola Chambers My 7th year, with my boys who were really up for the 10k but I wasn’t!
Jo Bullock Over £300 raised between me and my sisters
Samantha Cox My daughter raised £160 toward Pancreatic Cancer in honour of her Grandma Elma ????♀️???? she thoroughly enjoyed the Race
Anita Spray My fiancé took part in the muddy 5k race for life and came first Charley Spray
Jane Bartlett Natalie did half marathon and Kasey and Deb did 5k
Cancer Research UK are world leaders in finding new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. The organisation receives no Government funding for its research and relies solely on donations and fundraising.
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