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The event starts at 9am at the Newbury Showground in Chieveley, and will feature music and performance before the run which starts at 11am.
Cancer Slam will be treating charity goers to a specially choreographed performance before the 5km and 10km race kicks off.
The route is entirely flat and on a mixture of grass and tarmac paths.
Last year 2,000 women took part in the race, raising £110,000 for the charity. This year organisers hope to top that with 2,200 women runners and £130,000 in money raised.
Entry for runners which was priced at £14.99 for women aged sixteen and over and £10 for girls and boys aged six to fifteen, closed last night.
Participants are being urged to bring their running numbers, safety pins, any unwanted items suitable for donation, comfortable clothing suitable for running and of course water and sunscreen.
Supporters can download and print official customisable supporters boards from the Race For Life website to cheer on their friends and family.
Funds raised will go towards Cancer Research UK which prioritises the research of the disease in order to eliminate it for good.
Also on today is the 20 Annual Tadley Runners road race.
The 10km race starts at 11am from the Hurst Leisure Centre on Brimpton Road in Tadley.
The course is a single loop over quiet, country lanes throughout the Hampshire and Berkshire borders. The event promises to be accurately measured and marshalled with drinks stations at regular intervals.
Several prizes are up for grabs with a guaranteed T-shirt for all entrants. Entrants will be accepted on the day and the events promises to be an ideal way to spend a challenging Sunday afternoon.
From 12 till 3 the Ashford Hill Primary School Fete will host bouncy castles, giant slides, go-karting, stalls and a wealth of summer festivities.
The day kicks off with Punch and Judy, followed by singing and dancing by Willow & Chestnut and Danze Phaze.
The main event of the day: races and tag rugby, will round off the afternoon before the raffle and tug-o-war.
For a calmer Sunday afternoon Ramsbury Silver Band will also be performing on the bandstand between 3pm and 5pm at Victoria Park in Newbury.



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