Legging it for charity in Hainault Forest Country Park
Runners pounded around a country park in a bid to raise cash for charity.
More than 40 people took to the starting line in Hainault Forest Country Park as they got ready to set off on a three-mile sponsored run for Development of Pancreatic Research.
The number three is significant because three per cent in the pancreatic survival rate.
Redbridge Mayor Cllr Jim O’Shea and Mayoress Mary O’Shea were on hand to send the runners on their way.
The charity’s fundraising continues with Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp host a breakfast morning on Thursday, March 31. The charity patron will be on hand to answer questions from those gathered at Woolston Manor Golf and County Club, Abridge Road, Chigwell from 8am-10am.
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