The Fairfield Relay for Life will be taking place in less than a month and everyone in Fairfield is invited to get involved to raise much-needed funds for Cancer Council NSW.
In case you haven’t heard of it before, the Relay for Life is an overnight community event where teams of people take it in turns to walk in a 24-hour relay.
The Relay can prove to be a good workout for those who want to walk or run repeated laps (you only need to do one if you want to) but the event isn’t about winning a race, it’s about sharing an experience with your family and friends and helping in the fight against cancer.
The relay journey will begin at 9.30am on Saturday 1 November at Horsley Park Reserve and it traditionally starts with a lap walked by carers and cancer survivors, who are the VIPS of the relay event.
If you want to register a team for the event, you can do so by clicking on this link.
The Fairfield Relay for Life has always made for a fun event in the past and it’s well worth being a part of.
For those who haven’t taken part in the event before, you might like to head to one of the information sessions being held on Tuesday 7th October and Tuesday 21st October 2014 at 7.30pm at Long Tan Room, Smithfield RSL, Cnr Cumberland Hwy and Neville Street, Smithfield.
If you’re heading to an information session you can RSVP your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org or 9354 2007.
Will you be heading to this year’s Fairfield Relay for Life?