Members of the Race for Life events team have been dancing up a storm to inspire Scarborough women to enter Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life on Wednesday July 16. The team descended on the Brunswick Centre to perform the defiant dance known as Race for Life’s “Cancer Slam”.
The Cancer Slam will also be performed by thousands of women as part of the rousing warm-up at over 280 Race for Life events around the UK this summer.
Scarborough area event manager, Sarah Threadgall, said: “The Cancer Slam is a fun, defiant and energetic dance which epitomises the power and emotion of Race for Life and we urge women from across the region to get involved and unite in the fight against cancer. Taking part is about joining together against a disease that affects all of us.” To enter Race for Life visit www.raceforlife.org or call 0845 600 6050.
Pictured are Philippa Sharpe, Rob Newton and Sarah Threadgall 141515b