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Radio 1 DJ Edith Bowman calls on women of north London to sign up for Hampstead Race for Life

11:00 30 June 2014

DJ Edith Bowman has called for women to sign up for Hampstead Race for Life. Picture: Harleymoon Kemp/Cancer Research UK

DJ Edith Bowman has called for women to sign up for Hampstead Race for Life. Picture: Harleymoon Kemp/Cancer Research UK

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Cancer Research UK is calling on the women of north London in an urgent appeal to sign up for the Hampstead Race for Life.

Women run the Race for Life on Hampstead Heath. Picture: Nigel SuttonWomen run the Race for Life on Hampstead Heath. Picture: Nigel Sutton

The five kilometre race takes place on Saturday, July 5 on Hampstead Heath, starting at 11am.

BBC Radio DJ and Hampstead resident Edith Bowman has lent her support to the cause.

She said: “Get the girls together – your friends, your mum, your sisters, aunties, workmates – anyone and everyone and enter now. What better way to help save someone’s life?”

Visit raceforlife.cancerresearchuk.org to sign up.

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