Gallery: Women of all ages take on Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life at Trinity Park

Race for Life participants warm up at Trinity Park on Sunday, June 14.

Race for Life participants warm up at Trinity Park on Sunday, June 14. - Credit: Su Anderson

More than 1,000 people turned up to show cancer who’s boss at Trinity Park in Ipswich on Sunday.

The Race for Life event, which could be run as either a 5km or 10km run, was raising money for charity Cancer Research UK and was part of a weekend of fundraisers.

The previous day more than 2,000 women took part in the Pretty Muddy 5km on Saturday, taking on a quagmire-ridden obstacle course.

Event manager Gill Burgess said over the weekend around £200,000 was expected to be raised.

Did you take part? Can you spot yourself, or your family or friends in our gallery?


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