A CANCER charity for teenagers is looking for volunteers to take part in a fundraising run.
There are five places available for people to represent the Huddersfield- based Laura Crane Trust in the Great Manchester Run on May 22.
The 10km run is in its third year.
To take part on behalf of the Trust, runners need to raise at least £150.
The Laura Crane Trust was set up in 1996 in memory of Huddersfield girl Laura Crane.
Laura died from a complex mix of cancers in 1996, just after he 17th birthday.
The trust, run by her mother, Jacquie Roeder, pays for research into cancers affecting 13 to 25- year-olds.
It also provides facilities to improve life for teenage cancer patients.
For entry forms and more information about the Great Manchester Run, ring Lucie Keeton at the Laura Crane Trust on 01484 510013 or e-mail her at lucie@ lauracranetrust.org