More than 350 people took part in a 10km race and 1km family fun run for charity.
Starting at Great Harwood, the race featured running club members from across the region, non-club runners and amateurs.
Families and children as young as 18 months old took part in the family fun run around the town.
Organiser Nick Gaskell said the event raised more than £3,000 East Lancashire Hospice. Plans are under way to stage the race again next year.
He said: “It was an absolutely corking time and just a fabulous day.
“We are very pleased that everything has gone so well and we had a lot of comments afterwards with people saying it was a cracking do.
“They want to see it happen again next year.”
More than 300 registered runners entered the 10km race with the route going from Alan Ramsbottom Way in Great Harwood to Rishton and Clayton-le-Moors.
Matt Lalor, from Blackburn Harriers, was the fastest male with a time of 34 minutes 25 seconds while Joanne Nelson, from Darwen Dashers, was the fastest woman at 38 minutes and 30 seconds.
The Accrington Road Runners, made up of Karl Smith, Graham Morris, Paul Gallagher, Deborah Gowans, Julie Brady and Julia Hartley, were named the winning team for the 10k race.
The Hyndburn Athletics Club came first at the family fun run.
Mr Gaskell also praised the support from the h ospice, Chris Knagg and the Clayton Harriers and Accrington Road Runners.