March 13, 2018 11.42 am This story is over 42 months old

Lincolnshire Bubble Rush back by popular demand this summer

Join the bubble fun for charity.

Organisers of the annual charity Bubble Rush in Lincolnshire have announced that the event is back this year.

The fun run will be hosted by St Barnabas Hospice in Grantham, Stoke Rochford Hall on Sunday, July 8.

Runners will start in a sea of bubbles and then make their way around the 5km route which is lined by high-powered foam cannons.

Amelia Mochan, organiser of the Bubble Rush, said: “We are hoping to raise £35,000 from this year’s Bubble Rush, which will go a long way to caring for people in Lincolnshire living with a life-limiting or terminal illness.

“By signing up to the Bubble Rush, you are helping families across Lincolnshire who desperately need your help.”

Amelia Mochan, Events Fundraiser at St Barnabas, said: “We held Lincolnshire’s first ever Bubble Rush last September, and it was so popular that we have decided to bring it back again this summer.

“There are no age restrictions and the route is child friendly. Whether you’re here to exercise, have fun or remember a loved one, you’re sure to have a great day out.”

Whether you want to get fit, run for fun or remember a loved one, it is set to be a fantastic foamy day out.

The first wave of the run will start at 12pm and, depending on the demand, the second lot of runners will start at 1pm.

All participants receive a free Bubble Rush t-shirt, a bottle of water and a medal.

St Barnabas Hospice is a local independent charity and every year we support more than 9,000 people across Lincolnshire living with a life limiting or terminal illness.

Tickets are available on this website and cost £50 for a family of four, £20 for an adult ticket and £10 for a child.

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