HUNDREDS of women dressed in pink put on their walking shoes and bunny ears for the annual Ladies Midnight Walk.
Saturday’s Nightingale House Hospice event attracted 1,600 people who walked 10 miles around the town centre.
Counting down to the stroke of midnight, the Mayor of Wrexham, Cllr David Griffiths, officially started the event.
More than £170,995 has been pledged in sponsorship to help raise vital funds.
Four Assembly Members, Eleanor Burnham, Lesley Griffiths, Sandy Mewies and Janet Ryder joined in, while more than 100 men helped with marshalling.
Caroline Siddall, income generation manager, said: “We would like to thank everyone who helped us put on this event, particularly the police and Wrexham Borough Council.
“We are also grateful for the support we received from our local businesses and organisations including RAYNET, GT Van Hire, Kellogg’s, Global Travel Worldwide, Rowlands Pharmacy, RPM Fitness and JJB Fitness, Kimberley Clark, Village Bakery and Scholl. We would also like to thank St John Ambulance who were fabulous and helped out with any sore and blistered feet!”
Nightingale House has included a gallery of images from the walk at www.ladiesmidnightwalk.co.uk. To find out about the hospice, call 01978 314292.