Record number on Relay for Life track

BLEARY eyes and weary feet set the tone for the final day of Launceston's Relay for Life.

More than 2000 people participated in the Cancer Council's largest fund-raiser.

All money raised stays in the state.

Relay for Life project manager Ashlee Walker urged people thinking of participating in 2015 to start gathering a team.

A requirement of the event is that someone from each team carries a baton on the track throughout the 24-hour event.

"We had a record number on the track last night,'' Mrs Walker said.

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