And it was all yellow ... for Ryston Land Rover run
Marie Curie Cancer Care and Ryston’s St Michael’s Church were supported through a Land Rover run on Sunday.
A total of £840 was raised, which will be split between the two causes after the event took place in the grounds of Ryston Hall.
Not only was the weather shining bright on the day, but so too were the outfits of the participants.
Many were dressed in yellow clothing, including Norwich City shirts, to recognise the Marie Curie charity.
Organiser Philip Shipp thanked Sarah Pratt of Ryston Hall, the parish council of Oxburgh and the Bedingfield Arms pub in Oxburgh for supporting the event.
But Mr Shipp said it was the participants who were the “stars of the show”.
“The people who turned up had a super day, and it is one of the best runs we have had so far,” Mr Shipp added.
The annual event usually has a charity theme, with participants wearing pink for Cancer Research UK last year.