If you can't actually enter the Race for Life event in Watford this year, why not get down Cassiobury Park to give them your support and cheer them on?
‘Popdance’ - a dance and exercise class for adults which teaches routines to pop tracks from the 70s through to the noughties - will be showcasing at the cancer fundraiser on June 27thth.
Local instructor, Vered Gemal, will be leading the 5-10 minute warm up to about 6,000 racers before they head off on the 5K run.
In addition, Popdance will also be showcasing some more routines to spectators at the event at Watford’s Cassiobury Park.
Sue Wybrow, who set up Popdance with friend and professional choreographer, Stacey Smith, said this year’s Watford Race for Life would be a fantastic experience for such a worthy cause.
“Unfortunately most of us know someone who has been affected by cancer, and we are thrilled to be taking part in something so deserving of support. I hope the runners and spectators enjoy the Popdance show and it helps them to get into the mood for a run!” she said.
And Vered, who will be taking the warm up, added: “We really hope as many women as possible join in Watford’s Race for Life this year and enjoy a ‘poptastic’ send off.”
The Race for Life begins at 11:00 and up to 4000 women are expected to take part, running, jogging or walking 5k to help Cancer Research UK to smash its fundraising target of £325,000.
They would all love to see you there but don't bring the car- because parking will be impossible