These are the Thorpe Hall Angels after completing last year's Great Eastern Run Fun Run. It was a rather soggy affair but the ladies all made it round and collected a heap of cash on the way. They enjoyed it so much they're taking part in this year's race on Sunday - and they've roped a few more people in to join them and raise money for the Thorpe Hall Capital Appeal.
There are also more than 40 people who have pledged to run the Great Eastern Run - a half marathon - on Sunday morning, including a couple of members of the Thorpe Hall team. They will be pounding 13.1 miles around the streets of Peterborough to boost our appeal. They'll all be wearing Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice running vests so do give them a cheer.
And if you'd like to show your support right now you can donate to our appeal using the pink button at the top of this page. It might just help Team Thorpe when the going gets tough a mile or two from the finish!
BBC Radio Cambridgeshire is the official media partner of the race. You may have heard some of our team on the radio over the last couple of weeks talking about their efforts and involvement.
The key Raise the Roof event in the summer calender was our Big Day Out - and what a Big Day Out it was.
Even before the Thorpe Hall marquee was set up there was a queue for the tombola. Americana folk musician Adrian Duffy provided the perfect start to the stage entertainment and was followed by the sublime Fenech Soler. The One Eyed Cats rocked and rolled their way through a set that was impossible not to jig along to. Peterborough's Guildhall provided the perfect backdrop to the stunning music provided by Take Note Community Choir and Peterborough Voices with Sing for Life women. Meanwhile in Queensgate the Tardis, a legion of Cybermen and officers from earth protectors U.N.I.T. were drawing in the crowds and the cash, with young Whovians keen to experience 'time travelling' for themselves. On stage, Thorpe Hall staff explained just why everyone's help is needed to Raise the Roof, presenters Paul Stainton and Sue Marchant performed their unique version of Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers' hit Islands in the Stream, and Nick Carter and Jane Smith did a fantastic job compering. Dance act Goldstar took the energy levels up in preparation for the arrival of Britain's Got Talent's first ever winner and now internationally acclaimed tenor Paul Potts. With shadows falling across the Guildhall in the evening sunshine Paul's rendition of Nessun Dorma provided the perfect ending to Big Day Out, raising the roof in every way and persuading people to part with their cash for an incredible cause.
Photographer Claire Borley was on hand throughout the day. You can see a gallery of images here.
Your support so far has been amazing.
We have raised an incredible £2,836,578.
We have started building the new Thorpe Hall Hospice.
You can donate right here on the website or click the pink button.
Or speak to our fundraisers about getting your business, friends, neighbours or family involved. Call them on 01733 593600 or email
Our hospice director Jane Petit took part in a conversation about the importance of legacies to Thorpe Hall. Listen again at 1:07
Stay tuned in to hear more exciting news from Thorpe Hall.
There are plenty more opportunities to help us Raise the Roof over the coming weeks and months. But you don't have to wait for us - why not organise your own event? Get your workplace to stage a dress down day. Join forces with your neighbours to organise a fun day. Arrange a quiz night with your community group. And don't forget to tell us about it so we can include it on social media - and mention it on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire!