St Elizabeth Hospice is bringing a brand new family event to Suffolk this August Bank Holiday, and it’s already proving to be very popular with more than 1,100 people signed up to take part!
Bubble Rush is a fun-filled, foamy event that will see people of all ages getting covered in colourful bubbles in aid of the local charity.
On Sunday 28th August, hundreds of people will run, walk, dance or skip around a 5km route at Christchurch Park. The route will feature four ‘bubble stations’ which each have bubble cannons, covering you in safe, frothy foam! Each station jets out different coloured bubbles, with a matching scent and unique music to listen to.
Joanne Rodger, St Elizabeth Hospice’s events and challenges fundraiser, said, “We already have more than 1,100 bubblers signed up for what will be ours, as well as the county’s, first ever Bubble Rush and we expect to have even more sign up before the event.
“All the money raised from the event will go towards providing vital care and support to people living with a progressive illness in east Suffolk and their families.”
All the money raised from St Elizabeth Hospice’s event will go towards improving life for people living with a progressive illness such as cancer, motor neurone disease and heart failure.
Online registration is now closed, but you can sign up on the day from 11am for £25 per adult, £15 per child and under 5’s go free!