By Keleigh Nealon, Buzz60
Nearly 3,000 people gathered in England for an annual "Santas on the Run" event to benefit the South West Children's Hospice.
While they were there, many of the runners stopped in their tracks for on holly, jolly mannequin challenge.
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Kids and adults dressed in red and white for the occasion, and even band members temporarily froze for a moment while celebrating a good cause.
After the challenge was complete, everyone cheered as the band started up again.
According to the Bristol Post, Sunday's run was the largest in its history, with about 2,800 people. Not only that, but this year marks the race's 25th anniversary.