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Around 2,500 women will take part in the Race for Life in Cleethorpes this morning to raise money for Cancer Research UK. The event kicks off with a mass aerobics warm-up, including a performing the "Cancer Slam" - a dance routine choreographed especially for the Race for Life.
A drier, brighter and warmer day compared to Saturday.
Winds will be lighter and temperatures could reach 17C inland by the afternoon.
After a good start some cloud will build during the day but it should stay mainly dry. Cooler at the coast with low cloud at times but still here a good few degrees higher than yesterday.
Around 3,000 runners will take to the streets in Hull today for the Jane Tomlinson Run For All 10K.
There are a number of road closures and roads with restricted access. Roads have been closed since 4am and will reopen on a rolling timetable as soon as it safe to do so.
City centre roads affected by the closures include: Queens Dock Avenue; Quay Street; Hanover Square; Parliament Street; Wilberforce Drive; Lowgate; Alfred Gelder Street; Manor Street.
– Emma Griffiths, Hull 10K
We're looking forward to another successful Hull 10K.
We work really hard to minimise any disruption, but with an event on such a large scale, a small amount is inevitable. We'd like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience caused.
Thank you to everyone for their continued support of this year's Hull 10K.
The route goes from Alfred Gelder Street to Citadel Way, along South Bridge Road, towards The Deep, past the Marina and Princes Quay, towards High Street, Whitefriargate, Jameson Street, Jarratt Street, Queens Gardens and back to the Guildhall.
A full list of road closures is available here.
A memorial is being unveiled in Woodhall Spa adjacent to the existing World War Two one in honour of the Dambuster Raids. It will be unveiled by Air Marshal A D Pulford. Weather permitting, there will also be flypasts by Lancaster and Tornado aircraft.
The mother of a girl who suffered cruelty at the hands of two health workers at a centre in Doncaster is calling for CCTV cameras to be installed in care homes and hospitals to protect vulnerable patients. Sally Simpson reports.
A former world boxing champion lent his support today to a campaign to raise funds for the victims of an horrific coach crash on the M62 near Castelford last month.
Eighteen year old Bethany Jones died and nineteen others were hurt when a mini bus carrying them to a hen weekend was involved in collision with a lorry.
Chris Kiddey reports.
Mother Sandra Mountain is campaigning for CCTV to be installed in care homes and hospitals across the country after her daughter was mistreated by care workers in Doncaster.