Four friends are taking to the streets of London to Walk the Walk and raise funds for breast cancer research.
The Cheeky Pinkies team hope to raise more than £1,000 for the charity by completing the London MoonWalk – a walking marathon of 26 miles, setting off at midnight.
Marion Dickinson, 50, Kerri Seymour, 39, Jo Freer, 43, all from Brackley, and Linda Lester, 42, from Towcester, will also be wearing decorated bras as is the tradition of the MoonWalk, to be held on May 10.
For Marion, who also completed the walk last year with Jo, the charity is one close to her heart.
She said: “I was diagnosed with breast cancer seven years ago. My cancer was caught in the very early stages. I had surgery but did not have to have chemotherapy.
“We all know somebody that could be suffering from cancer. The awareness cause that the money will go to tries to teach people to look out for the signs of cancer and to look after themselves.”
Marion and her teammates have been training hard for the walk. She said: “We did it in just under seven hours last year which is as fast as some of the slow runners so we are keeping a good pace.”
The team are hosting an Easter fete at Brackley Town Hall to support the charity.
The fete, on April 5, will include a children’s colouring competition, a raffle, homemade cakes, cards and craft items. There will also be an Easter bunny hunt. The fete will run from 10am until noon.