Thousands of women have taken part in Race for Life this weekend
Thousands descended on Temple Newsam for the Race for Life
Women in Cleethorpes and Ilkley take part in Race for Life events.
Last month ITV Calendar kickstarted this year's Race for Life campaign - encouraging people to become one of the thousands of women in our region who walk, jog or run to beat cancer.
But Ryan Tait from Lincoln is not letting being a boy stop him from taking part. He was diagnosed with leukaemia two years ago - and beat it. He'll be handing out medals to women - including his mum Lisa - at his local Race for Life. Helen Steel reports.
Eighteen hundred runners who took part in the latest ''Race for life'' in Harrogate. Organisers say the 5 K event - which snaked its way around round the Stray - has helped raise around one hundred and fifteen thousands pounds for cancer research. Sarah Clark reports
Thousands of women turned out in Hull today to take part in the city's Race for Life event. It was a sea of pink in the city centre as everyone taking part aimed to raise thousands of pounds for Cancer Research and support friends and family affected by the disease.
More than four thousand women descended on Temple Newsam near Leeds for another Race For Life. They included our very own Christine Talbot, taking part 18 months after _she _was diagnosed with breast cancer. Also there, was our reporter Sally Simpson.
Calendar's very own Christine Talbot kicked off this year's Race for Life in Leeds, reminding runners and walkers of her own battle with cancer.