A RUNNING club donned red dresses for a jog around Oxford to raise £385 for Prostate Cancer UK.

Members of the Hash House Harriers visited 16 pubs during last week's Red Dress Run, collecting money from punters.

Two teams of runners from Bicester and Oxford entered eight venues each.

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The tradition was started by a Hash House Harriers club in San Diego, America, and has since raised millions of pounds for charity.

Club member, David Clayton, said: "The spectacle on the streets of Oxford raised many smiles; it proved enjoyable for all concerned.”