Spread colour at charity run

It is believed that the Flying Colours Run in aid of the Cotswold Care Hospice is the first such event to be staged in Gloucestershire. Picture by Thousand Word Media

It is believed that the Flying Colours Run in aid of the Cotswold Care Hospice is the first such event to be staged in Gloucestershire. Picture by Thousand Word Media

First published in News Stroud News and Journal: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

RUNNERS will paint Kemble Airfield pink, green, blue and orange on Sunday, October 5 in aid of the Cotswold Care Hospice.

The event is a no-pressure 5km run with groups of people showering participants in environmentally-friendly powdered colour. People will also be given a white T-shirt as part of their registration.

The run is open to anyone from aged six upwards as long as under-16s are accompanied by an adult.

For those aged three to six there will be a Little Paint Pots Dash at 12.30pm, which is a 1.5km version. This is free to children accompanied by a fee-paying adult.

Registration is £20 for adults who raise a minimum £50 in sponsorship and £8 for children (aged 6-16) who raise a minimum £20. For those who simply want to take part, registration is £35 for adults and £12 for children.

Register to take part online at cotswoldcare.org.uk

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