PEOPLE across the area are in practice for the Louth Run for Life on Sunday June 26.
There is just over two weeks to go before the popular event in aid of Cancer Research UK hits the streets.
Sponsored by the Co-operative Group each finisher will get a commemorative medal and a goodie bag.
The junior race for under 12s starts at 10am, with the ladies run at 10.30am and the mens run at 11.45am.
The races start and finish in the town centre and people can walk, jog or run.
The course takes in the beautiful Hubbard’s Hills.
There will be a safe area to leave bags and medical support available if needed.
Well over 1,000 people took part in last year’s event and this year the organisers are hoping for an even bigger turn out to raise more money for Cancer Research UK.
The 2010 ladies race was won by Harriet Canter of Lincoln Wellington Athletic Club in a time of 18 minutes and 35 seconds.
First man home was Richard Brown from Louth Athletic Club in 16 minutes and 27 seconds, while childrens winner was Freddie Haith from Louth.
Who will be this year’s winners?
Join in and help to make the run the biggest and best ever.
To take part pick up an application form from the Leader office in Eastgate or download one from the Louth Athletic Club website www.louth-ac.org.uk/.
Hurry though as postal entries need to be in by Saturday June 11.
l Details: Call 01507 602950 (between 5pm and 7pm).