St Barnabas Hospice is once again hosting Lincolnshire’s 5k Bubble Rush at Stoke Rochford Hall
The Bubble Rush is set to take place on Sunday 8th July at Stoke Rochford Hall in Grantham. Starting in a sea of bubbles, the 5k route will be lined with high-powered foam cannons which can blow out 30 cubic metres of bright, foamy bubbles at each kilometre.
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.
“We have even expanded the Bubble Rush this year, so participants and spectators can spend time before and after the race wandering round the Bubble Village and Stoke Rochford Hall.”
Spectating is completely free, so please bring along as many friends and family members as possible to support you! There will be children’s activities, food and merchandise stalls, face painting, warm up routines and more in the Bubble Village. The live entertainment will be bigger and better than ever before as the Hospice welcomes Lincs FM to take over the stage for the day. Watch out for the freebies they will be handing out!
Sam Heywood, Programme Manager at Lincs FM, said:
“Lincs FM is proud to be part of such a fun event in Grantham. The Bubble Rush puts a smile on people’s faces as well as raising funds and awareness for such a good cause.
“See you in the foam as we add even more colour to an event with our presenters and street team!”
St Barnabas is also looking for local businesses to sponsor this fantastic event. If you’d like to become a corporate sponsor, please get in touch for more details.
“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, and their families and carers.
“By signing up to the Bubble Rush, you are helping families across Lincolnshire who desperately need your help.”
Early bird tickets are available until [insert date] and cost £50 for a family ticket (two adults, two children), £20 for an adult ticket and £10 for a children’s ticket (age 5 – 15). Children under five can take part for free, but all children under the age of sixteen must be accompanied by a paying adult.
The registration fee includes a T-shirt, a bottle of water and a medal.