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Team Stylist show Cancer who's boss

We want to say a big thank you to all those who joined Team Stylist in Hyde Park on Sunday 14th July to run Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life. We managed to raise over £8,000 and got very hot and sweaty in the process!

Cancer, we’re coming to get you! Cancer Research UK funds ground-breaking research into new drugs and treatments and Race for Life is their biggest fight against cancer. As the largest women-only fundraising event in the UK, Race for Life has raised a whopping £493million since it began in 1994.

Women from all over the country tied up their trainers to walk, jog and run their way to the finish line. We even saw two little girls doing a three- legged race round (now that’s dedication!).

We would also like to thank Hummingbird Bakery for supplying lots of yummy vanilla cupcakes which made for a well-deserved treat for the team at the end of the race!

If you would still like to sponsor the team and show your support, please click here

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