The Color Run was a huge success for Cure Leukaemia's fundraisers
Cure Leukaemia had a great turn out at the Color Run this weekend with many members of the #CLFamily taking part in the 'happiest 5km run on the planet.'
15 nurses from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, a team from charity partner The Binding Site and former Cure Leukaemia patient Fiona Codd and our very own Laura Carey took part in the event to raise funds for Cure Leukaemia.
Fiona and her cousin Laura McCoy (left) ran to raise funds for the charity that helped save Fiona's life after she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia in November 2013.
Fiona has been keen to support the charity ever since she was declared in remission in 2014.
Cure Leukaemia charity partners The Binding Site (right) are always finding ways to help raise funds and their team clearly had great fun this weekend.
15 nurses (left) from Ward 625 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham, who treat blood cancer patients every day have raised over £500 to date for the charity, a figure worth £5,000 in potentially life-saving drugs for patients battling the disease. Click HERE to donate to their fundraising page.
For more photos of Cure Leukaemia's Color Runners click HERE
To donate to Fiona's fundraising page click HERE
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