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Weald and Downland Open Air Museum
Sunday 15 July 2007
Sunday 13 July 2008
Thousands of local women of all ages came together and walked, jogged or ran the 5km course
raising money for Cancer Research UK.
July 2008
photo: Goss Dudman July 2008
Charlotte & Trudy Dudman
from Heyshott
running for grandma and mum medal 2008

medal 2008
Trudy and 6yr old Charlotte finished in 1hr 14mins - photo: Goss Dudman

July 2007 - From Heyshott, left to right: Donna Dudman, Kate Dudman, Anna Dixon and Trudy Dudman
After many 'practise' walks around Heyshott village all finished the cross country circuit,
raising between them close to £700.
About Race for Life

Since it started in 1994, Race for Life has grown to become the UK's biggest women-only fundraising event. All the money raised by our participants helps fund the crucial work of Cancer Research UK, the world's leading independent organisation dedicated to cancer research.
So far, over two million women of all ages have run, walked or jogged to raise over £140 million in sponsorship for the charity. This year they hope to raise £60 million for life-saving work by bringing an amazing 800,000 women together to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
When the Weald and Downland run took place the number already entered in races throughout the UK was over 636,000.

July 2007 - Thunderclouds looming towards them, entrants can be seen in the distance coming down from the top of the wooded hill on the homeward part of the course. Most made it back just in time to avoid the very heavy rain .
Race For Life website
'I think about my sister when I run'
Cancer Research
July 2007
July 2007
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See also...IN THE PINK 2006
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