Parents, children and running club members laced up their boots for a charity race.
A record number of people from across the region gathered in Great Harwood for the annual event run in aid of East Lancashire Hospice.
The main 10k race attracted 456 runners and was won by Danny Collinge, of the Clayton-le-Moors Harriers, with a time of 34 minutes and 20 seconds.
The fastest female runner was Helen Sahgal, of Team Mudallica, with a time of 38 minutes 56 seconds.
Philip Eccleston, of the Burden Road Runners, was second man home in 34 minutes and 50 seconds with co-organiser Nick Gaskell, of Trawden AC, finishing third in 36 minutes and three seconds.
Sarah Ridehalgh, of the Accrington Road Runners, was second in the women’s race in 41 minutes and 39 seconds with Paula Pilling third in 42 minutes and 53 seconds.
Thousands of pounds is expected to have been raised for the hospice and participants earned a free T-shirt and medal.
For the first time this year the event, staged at Gaskell Motor Bodies on Alan Ramsbottom Way, included both a 2k junior race and a 1k family fun race.
More than 40 youngsters took part in the 2k race with Dexta Thompson of Clayton-le-Moors Harriers and Sophie Stamworth of the Trawden AC winning the first prizes.