Charity calls for more runners for Abbots Langley Tough Ten

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A leading bowel cancer charity is looking for runners to take part in this year’s Abbots Langley Tough Ten.

The race will take place in Abbots Langley on October 5 and includes routes of 3km, 5km and 10km.

Community fundraiser at Beating Bowel Cancer, Leanne Sinclair, said: “This is an opportunity for people to get involved in a local event and raise money for charity at the same time.

“Everyone who chooses to fundraise for Beating Bowel Cancer will be given a charity t-shirt or running vest plus some training hints and tips.”

For more information on running this event for Beating Bowel Cancer, please call Leanne on 07825 133535 or email

Beating Bowel Cancer works to save lives from the UK’s second biggest cancer killer and the money raised from the Tough Ten will help the charity to raise awareness of bowel cancer and support patients and their families.

Each year more than 41,000 people across the UK are diagnosed with bowel cancer; however, if diagnosed early over 90 per cent of cases could be cured.

For more information about Beating Bowel Cancer, including ways you can get involved in fundraising for the charity, visit or call 08450 719300.