Waddesdon Manor was turned into a sea of pink on Sunday May 12 for the annual race for life in aid of Cancer Research UK.
Organisers estimate this year’s event will raise in the region of £60,000.
In total, 947 people took to the start line, and this year men were able to participate for the first time.
Runners of all ages donned pink T-shirts, skirts and other items as they took completed a 5km course around the grounds of the popular tourist attraction.
Before the race, runners were able to take part in an ‘energiser warm-up’ - with arms raised and hips wiggled in preparation for the main event.
The sunshine and blue skies helped to ensure the manor was the perfect setting for the event.
A Cancer Research spokesman said: “It was a lovely family day out and we would like to thank everyone who took part.
“Money from entrance fees covers the cost of the event so we rely on money collected through sponsorship to raise funds for the charity.”
Photos by Derek Pelling.