Children's Hospice South West Bubble Rush in Bristol on Saturday 2 September 2017'Posted on: 06 Jan 2017
It'll be all the fun of the foam later in the year when Children's Hospice South West brings its fabulous Bubble Rush to Keynsham Memorial Park in Bristol on Saturday 2 September 2017. Registration is now open!
Raising money to support the vital work of the hospice - which celebrated its 25th anniversary last year - the event involves a 5k run, jog or walk through a cornucopia of colourful bubble stations in which high-powered foam canons will shower you in full-on frothy downpour of bubbles.
Open to everyone of all ages, it's a brilliant event and great fun for young and old alike where you can rally together a group of family, friends or colleagues to sign up and take part.
Since 1995, Children's Hospice South West has been providing holistic hospice care for children across the South West with life-limiting conditions and support for their families, and the care they offer ranges from respite and short breaks, emergency care, palliative and end of life care.
Taking part in the Bubble Rush and raising funds for the crucial support children and their families so desperately need will mean the world of difference to them and ensure the continuation of the 24/7, 365 days of the year care and assistance they require.
There will be an Early Bird 20% discount for the first 500 tickets at the event and full entry prices are as follows:
Adult (16+): £22.50
Child (3-15): £12.50
2 years and under: Free
Family (2 adults, 2 children): £63.00
Group of 10: £202.50
Entry price includes a Bubble Rush T-shirt, medal and a free bottle of water.
So what are you waiting for? Sign up today and help support the incredible and crucial work they do for over 400 families across the South West of England.
If you have any other queries or need further help registering, contact their Events Team by email on email@example.com. For more information about Bubble Rush and to sign up, head to the website - www.chsw.org.uk
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