RUNNERS in North Devon joined hundreds of thousands around the UK raising money for Sport Relief at the weekend. At Victoria Park, in Bideford, 268 runners turned out for the charity on Sunday. Milers young and old completed one, three or six miles at the

RUNNERS in North Devon joined hundreds of thousands around the UK raising money for Sport Relief at the weekend.At Victoria Park, in Bideford, 268 runners turned out for the charity on Sunday.Milers young and old completed one, three or six miles at the event organised by Liz and Andy Warner of the Bideford Amateur Athletic Club. "It was a fantastic event and based on the average sponsorship raised at the last Sport Relief Mile in 2006, I would say the event raised around £4,500," Mrs Warner told the Gazette.Pupils at Holywell Primary School in Tawstock put their best feet forward in aid of Sports Relief - and their arms, legs and bodies, too!Their school hall was filled with music and movement as the entire school took part in a charity aerobics session.In Hartland, runners put their best feet forward on a "Vale Mile" course that started at the top of Springfield.In Braunton, runners of all abilities hit the Tarka Trail on Sunday for a Braunton Cricket Club-hosted Sport Relief event. Participants took to the trail after pulling on their sports socks and warming up at cricket club in Field Lane.Tomorrow (Thursday), 1,900 pupils from Pathfields, Pilton Infants, Pilton Blue Coats and Pilton Community College will be participating in their Sport Relief Mile. England rugby player Danielle Waterman will officially start the races from 1.50pm.