THE Hoylake 10k coastal run takes place tomorrow morning.

Now in its 25th year the charity fundraiser, organised by Hoylake-based UTS Foundation, starts on North Parade promenade opposite The Parade Hoylake Community Centre at 10.45am.

A junior one-mile race starts at 10am. Proceeds will go to the UTS Foundation.

Runners will follow a course along the sea front on the promenade, dropping onto the Meols embankment for a short distance, joining the rangers' trail and through the gates, through the car park by Leasowe Lighthouse, continuing back onto the embankment towards the Leasowe Castle Hotel and returning to the start.

The races will be launched by UTS Foundation member Danny De Brabander, who has bowel cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy treatment.

Race director for UTS Kevin Gorry told the Globe: "Since we first began to help Danny he has shown an incredible attitude towards his illness and has selflessly sought to raise awareness of his cancer so others can spot the signs early and seek advice.

"Danny and his huge circle of caring friends and family believe in what we are doing and have been fantastic in fundraising for our Foundation.

"Football matches, golf days, last man standing, have all been supported with the vast sums raised reaching our front line and massively helping the work that we do.

"From his warrior mindset to his fundraising exploits, we can think of no better person to be part of our day and inspire others."

Kevin continued: "UTS Run Club took over the organisation of this popular event in 2018 and we were blown away by the response.

"This year's event will be bigger and better.

"The UTS Run Club is a non-profit organisation, and the funds raised from this year's race will honour the already established tradition of supporting local good causes, and will be used to help fund the UTS Foundation."