More than 200 people helped create a successful Cherry Chase: Chase the Colour fundraising event on Sunday at the Lambing Flat Chinese Tribute Garden.
The event was organised by Cherry Queen entrant Brianah Griffin, raising money towards her chosen charity the Lions Club of Young, with funds then distributed to MND NSW.
"It was a great success. There was about 200 participants. I just want to thanks MND NSW and a massive thank you to all the sponsors and stallholders who helped make it a success. I'm looking forward to next year's," Brianah said.
More competitive runners took part in 10km and 5km events while plenty of families and children entered the 2.5km colour run.
Michael Stallard took out the male 10km run while Tania Cahill was first passed the post in the women's.
Ainsley Telfer won the male 5km chase and the female winner was Mel Webb.
Brianah thanked the community for supporting her fundraiser.
"A lot of families and children took part in the colour run which isn't a timed event and that really made it," she said.
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