A sea of pink swarmed over Temple Newsam in West Yorkshire as thousands of women got together for Race for Life over the weekend.Read the full story ›
Around a thousand women put on their trainers and pink outfits to take part in the 5k at Lister Park in Bradford.Read the full story ›
More than 100 sikhs are hoping to inspire more women in the Asian community to talk about cancer by taking part in Race for Life on Sunday.Read the full story ›
Identical twins Deborah and Helen both beat Hodgkin Lymphoma but at different stages of their livesRead the full story ›
Around thirteen hundred women and girls have taken part in 5k and 10k events at Wakefield's Thornes Park. It's hoped the event will raise around £90,000 for cancer research.
Among those taking part were ITV Calendar's very own Christine Talbot and Julie Hawkins who finished treatment for cancer a year ago to the day.
Were you there? See if you can spot yourself in the video below!
An army of women in pink have been pounding the streets of Hull today as they take part in this year's Race For Life,
The five kilometre race set off from Queens Gardens for a lap around the city centre. Thousands of women ran, jogged and walked the Hull race, now in its nineteenth year, to raise money for Cancer Research UK. The funds will be put towards the charity's continuing mission to find a cure for the disease.
Along with thousands of other women, Christine took park in a 5k obstacle course at Temple Newsam to raise money for Cancer Research UKRead the full story ›
Calendar presenter Christine Talbot got 'pretty muddy' today as she took on a charity challenge.
Along with thousands of other women, Christine took park in a 5k obstacle course at Temple Newsam to raise money for Cancer Research UK. And to make sure there was no escape, Calendar co-presenter Duncan Wood, volunteered to be one of the events mud slingers. See the evidence below.
It was the annual Race for Life in Wakefield this weekend- and adorned with pink tutus and t-shirts, thousands of women took to the track.
Setting them off was our very own Christine Talbot, and every woman running had their own special reason for wanting to raise money for Cancer Research UK:
A mother with cancer is hoping to see the birth of her first grandchild in July. Tina Drury will take part in the Race for Life on Sunday.Read the full story ›