CANCER Research UK Race for Life is coming to Tatton Park this weekend ready for two days full of fundraising and fun in the sun.

Tatton Park will host the events, which are now entering their 30th year, with participants aiming to complete 3km, 5km or 10km races or the obstacle-packed Pretty Muddy throughout the day today, Saturday, and tomorrow, Sunday.

If you’re getting ready to head to the park, we’d love to see a photo of you and your friends or family as you prepare to take to the starting line.

And then send us an after shot too, when you’ve completed the race and got yourself covered in mud!

Use the link at the bottom of the page to send us your photos.

Jane Bullock, Cancer Research's spokesperson in the north west, said: "Race for Life is a powerful way to celebrate and remember loved ones affected by cancer and to raise money for pioneering research."

Cancer Research’s Race for Life, in partnership with Standard Life, raises funds for world-class research to help beat 200 types of cancer – including bowel, breast, prostate, lung, testicular, brain cancer, and children’s cancers, as well as leukaemia.     

Andy Curran, chief executive of Standard Life, said: “We are extremely proud to have been chosen as the headline sponsor of Race for Life.  

“This sponsorship will help encourage participation and raise funds for life-saving research to help beat cancer."

Pretty Muddy Kids is today, Saturday, at 9.45am and Pretty Muddy 5km is today at 11am.

The 10km race sets off at 9.30am tomorrow, Sunday, with the 3km and 5km races starting at 11am tomorrow.