FUN and raising money for the community is what the Rotary Club of Westbury's annual run is all about.
The event will be held on September 8 and organisers are hoping more than 300 people will participate.
Rotary club member Annette Barrett said this year there was a big focus on families.
"We would love more kids to race," she said.
Kids as young as three have participated in the past, as have runners who are almost 80.
The day will start at 11am and there will be an eight-kilometre event and a four-kilometre event.
"It's not really competitive. We just want to see people out there being involved in the community and having fun," Mrs Barrett said.
All money raised will go towards SecondBite and community projects.
SecondBite is a Rotary- supported project that helps nutritious surplus fresh food and produce, which would normally go to waste, be distributed to agencies and people in need.
Registrations for the event are open.
On the day, it will cost $15 for adults, $10 for under 16s or $35 for a family. For the early bird fee call Malcolm on 0419201282.