Sarah Rawlings represents us today in this local charity fundraiser before taking a well earned holiday break. This popular race which was a sell out, is held in aid of Cancer Research UK and also to support local charities including Scouts, Guides and junior sports clubs. The run is dedicated to local fundraiser, Gareth Dunn, who sadly passed away from cancer in 2018 aged just 27 after raising over £100,000 for Cancer Research UK. A flat, scenic, multi-terrain course containing one grass hill half way round the route. Starting at the Cookridge Village Scout Hall on Pinfold Lane, the run goes down the Lane and around Paul’s Pond in an anti-clockwise direction. The route then takes you into Golden Acre Park, following the path in an anti-clockwise direction and passes the nature reserve on your right. The route continues on this path and then moves onto the grassed area and up the hill towards the Arthington Road car park. More trail path and then through the woods, looking out for roots underfoot. Complete a loop of the main path, before a clockwise circuit of the lake. It is then a case of retracing the 53 route back to the finish at the Scout Hall (with a little extra loop). All runners will receive a commemorative T-shirt and medal after the race. In near perfect weather conditions Sarah romped home in 56:53 Fantastic running, well done! Enjoy your jollies.