On your marks for charity race

In training for the Chatsworth 10k are Linear Recruitment staff, from left, Martin Balshaw, Georgia Marlow, Ryan Scott, Jonathan Bainbridge, Justyna Gaizler, Rebekah Baldwin, Rhian Balshaw, Leighanne Blyth and Jordanna Reynolds. Linear is in Paradise Square, Sheffield.
In training for the Chatsworth 10k are Linear Recruitment staff, from left, Martin Balshaw, Georgia Marlow, Ryan Scott, Jonathan Bainbridge, Justyna Gaizler, Rebekah Baldwin, Rhian Balshaw, Leighanne Blyth and Jordanna Reynolds. Linear is in Paradise Square, Sheffield.
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IT’S time to get set for Chatsworth!

Hundreds of runners will once again be raising money to help terminally ill people by racing through some of the region’s most picturesque countryside - and participants are being urged to sign up now.

The Chatsworth 10k is happening at the Peak District estate on May 19 in aid of Helen’s Trust, which gives sick people the chance to stay at home as they approach the end of their lives.

Almost 100 people from local firms have offered their support, and one of the first business teams to sign up is made up of 26 workers from Linear Recruitment, based in Paradise Square in Sheffield.

Free parking is available for participants and volunteers, along with discounts in the Chatsworth shops.

■ Visit www.runbritain.com or www.runningdiary.co.uk/race/chatsworth-10k to sign up.