Northampton children in pink host Race for Life to raise money for cancer

Nursery and primary school children held their own Race for Life to support Cancer Research UK in Northampton.

Friday, 30th June 2017, 5:51 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th September 2017, 12:05 pm
Our photographer snapped pictures of Boothville Primary School children taking part in the Race for Life.

On Friday, June 30 Boothville Primary School took part in the event along with female relatives and have so far raised £1,126.00, plus £244.00 in gift aid, with funds still rising.

Youngsters cooling down with an ice lolly.

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Children got into the spirit of fun while watching on at their friends racing.
Over 1,000 has been raised for Cancer Research UK.
Mums and guardians showed their support at the event on Friday evening.
Children took part in fun runs on the day.
Everybody was told to wear pink in support for the Race for Life.
Youngsters cooling down with an ice lolly.
Children got into the spirit of fun while watching on at their friends racing.
Over 1,000 has been raised for Cancer Research UK.
Mums and guardians showed their support at the event on Friday evening.
Children took part in fun runs on the day.
Everybody was told to wear pink in support for the Race for Life.