‘Hell hath no fury like a woman in pink’ was the fitting tag line emblazoned on pink T-shirts as 1,400 people pounded round the route of Newbury’s Race for Life on Sunday.
The Cancer Research UK event at Newbury Showground is expected to have raised £110,000 for the charity.
Among the runners were cancer survivors as well as mums, sisters, daughters, nieces, aunts, cousins, friends and colleagues who have lost loved ones to the disease.
Event organiser Michelle Leighton said: “It was once again a fantastic day as ladies turned Newbury Showground into a sea of pink and united to show cancer who’s boss.
“The sun was shining as ladies made their way around the 5k and 10k courses and we’d like to say a huge thank you to each and every one of them for doing their bit to help beat cancer sooner.”
The Newbury Race for Life held a 5k race and 10k race.
Hundreds of supporters cheered on from the sidelines.
Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life is a series of women-only events raising money for research into all 200 types of cancer.
Almost 300 runs are being held across the UK this year.