VOLUNTEERS from Tesco's Callington store donned their pink and entered the recent Race For Life on the Plymouth Hoe, raising more than £2,000 for Cancer Research UK. The all-female team were driven to the 5km run in a coach on loan from Jackett's Coaches, and were encouraged on their way by Callington Town Crier Tony Stentiford. Team organiser Laura Seeley said: 'I wanted to do something to help fight cancer in the name of my auntie. 'We wanted to beat our target of £1,000 for Cancer Research UK from last year and this year we more than doubled it! 'All the girls had a lot of fun and we would really like to thank Jackett's Coaches once again for taking us there and back and also Tony Stentiford the town crier for giving us such a colourful — and noisy — send off!' Trevellyan Jackett, managing director of Jackett's Coaches, said: 'We are happy to be supporting the Tesco team for the fourth year. 'We are delighted to be part of such a high-profile community effort for such a good cause. 'With everyone working together, we hope we can help bring forward the day a cure can be found for cancer.'