March Podiatry Practise ladies take on Race for Life at Burghley House

14:09 04 June 2014

The March Podiatry Practice ladies.

The March Podiatry Practice ladies.

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Five ladies from March Podiatry Practice were among the 3,300 participants in the Race for Life at Burghley House on Sunday.

The team, who took part in the 5km run, raised about £200 for Cancer Research UK.

Manager Sarah-Jane Hooper said: “All of us know somebody affected by cancer. We’ve been doing this for six, seven years. It is something really important to do and a really worthwhile cause to support.”

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