Haydock Park turns pink for this year's Race for Life

Sharon Hughes, Janine Moores and Kim Cross take part on behalf of Eileen’s Angels

Sharon Hughes, Janine Moores and Kim Cross take part on behalf of Eileen’s Angels

First published in News by , Senior Reporter

ONCE again Haydock Park was awash with a sea of pink as thousands took part in this year’s Race for Life.

Everyone taking part had their own tale to tell and a reason to inspire their efforts to raise money for charity in the fight against cancer.

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The event continues to grow each year and generates a genuine feeling of unity with a carnival atmosphere.

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Before they lined up at the start participants were put through their paces in a mass aerobics warm-up.

Then with freshly flexed muscles they set off around the racecourse on either a 10k or 5k route.

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