For the fourth successive year nearly 100 people will be donning their pyjamas for a night hike through Enfield.
The night hike in aid of Nightingale Cancer Support Centre and Chase Farm Hospital will see people trek 15km throughout the night.
Last year, 700 men and woman wore flashing bunny ears and their pyjamas through the streets of Enfield, Winchmore Hill, Oakwood, Southgate and Palmers Green raising more than £19,500.
The hike will start of the Enfield Civic Centre in Silver Street.
Joan Kearns, director of services and development with The Nightingale Cancer Support Centre said: “Of course raising money for cancer sufferers and for Chase Farm Hospital is a serious matter, but fundraising, at its core, is about having fun.
“And it’s part of the feel-good factor as well. Everyone comes away feeling like they have done a really great and positive thing. Everybody smiled all the way through last year’s event.”
The hike will start of the Enfield Civic Centre in Silver Street on June 27. For more information, call 020 8379 3762.