Village fun day hits the ground running
AFUN day took place in a village at the weekend in order to raise money for charity. The event went ahead in Penn Street Village on Sunday and was organised by Gemma Cochrane, 34, of Gerrards Cross, whose four-year-old daughter Millie suffers from cystic fibrosis.
The day was focused on exercise and included a 5km run, as well as a zumbathon and a fancy dress race, and was part of an initiative started by Mrs Cochrane to encourage as many people as possible to complete a sporting event to raise money for charity.
Funds raised from the event will be donated to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, which funds research into the condition.
SHORT AND SWEET: (Above) Runners of all ages take part; (right) Alexa, Anna and Lola Nasr on the sweet stall; Sheila Waite and Millie Cochran with jams
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