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.
One of the biggest Race for Life events in our region is taking place today. Around five thousand people will gather in Temple Newsam. Calendar's Christine Talbot will also be on stage and racing with her team of mates. It is due to start at 11am.
It is a familiar event for a very well-known cause, but yesterday's Race For Life was the first of its kind. A new route around the outskirts of Meadowhall saw more than four thousand women swap shopping for fundraising - with fantastic results. Sally Simpson reports.
With the Race for Life season well underway, there were perfect conditions at the Knavesmire as hundreds of women joined in to walk, jog and run the five kilometre course. York Racecourse was a sea of pink for the day - all in aid of Cancer Research UK. Sally Simpson reports.
It was perfect weather at York racecourse today for this year's ''Race for Life''. The sun shone down as 3500 women ran the 5k and 10k course. Organisers say a quarter of a million pounds has been raised, which will go towards Cancer Research UK.
Hundreds of school children from Pannal Primary School in Harrogate have taken part in a special race for life. The event was organised to help raise money for charity and support a classmate who's fighting cancer.
There are just days to go before the first of this year's Race for Life events start in our region and thousands of women are getting ready to walk, jog or run for Cancer Research UK.
Today final preparations were underway in Sheffield, where a team of intrepid runners from the charity were out testing a new route round Meadowhall as Emily Kerr reports
The family of a Hedon woman who lost her battle with cancer have set up a charity foundation in her memory. The Kerry Key Foundation is being launched two days between what could have been her 37th birthday.
New figures show the number of women under the age of 50 being diagnosed with breast cancer each year in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire has risen to nearly 804,000 across all age groups.
But the good news is more are surviving it than ever before. Work funded by Cancer Research UK is advancing treatments into all types of the disease.