People in St Helens who are looking to make a resolution with a difference, and connect with their local community, are being urged to volunteer at Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life.
By signing up to Race for Life’s volunteer team, and joining the fight against cancer, St Helens men and women will be playing a crucial part in beating this devastating disease.
As the countdown starts to the 5k and 10k events at Haydock Race For Life on Sunday 15 July, organisers are calling on people to sign up as helpers at raceforlife.org
Sarah Hunter Cancer Research UK’s Haydock Event Manager, said: “This New Year, why not make a pledge to make a difference. Whatever time and skills you have to share, we’ve got the perfect role for you and there is training available on the day. The atmosphere promises to be electric as people from all walks of life unite in the fight against cancer. We’re calling on local men and women to get stuck in, cheer as loud as they can and help motivate our inspirational participants all the way to the finish line.”
For more info about signing up to Cancer Research UK’s Race for Life which includes a 30% discount on entry fees if you sign up during January 2018.