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Udder Marathon fun run in Cassiobury Park has 'best turn out'
Runners dressed up as cows and took on a fun run around Cassiobury Park to raise money for charity at the weekend.
The Udder Marathon, a fancy dress, cow themed fun run around Cassiobury Park, Watford, began at 11am on Sunday. The aim of the event was to raise money for a local social enterprise, Farming For All's Care Farm Project.
The Care Farm Project supports local vulnerable adults with a range of support needs.
The event will be started by Viscountess Fiona Trenchard, The High Sheriff of Hertfordshire.
Jude Allen, Director of Farming For All, said: "It was really good. We had about 40 people that registered in advance and then more people that arrived on the day.
"It went really well, we had nice weather and some sun and we have raised a good amount of money. Compared to other years it went really well. It was probably best yet. The best weather and the best turn out."
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