Letchworth-based hospice set to run colour clash glow event in Stevenage

PUBLISHED: 09:01 24 June 2018

Garden House Hospice Care ran a similar colour clash event last year. Picture: Andrew Hyde Photographer

Garden House Hospice Care ran a similar colour clash event last year. Picture: Andrew Hyde Photographer

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Barclay School in Stevenage will be hosting a Colour Clash Glow event in aid of Garden House Hospice Care.

Colour Clash Glow will see participants covered in neon colour and foam, and splashed with water as they run through UV tunnels, all for a good cause.

The fun day will also have stalls, refreshments, a photo booth and music.

The hospice’s event manager Sophie Bottazzi said: “We are looking forward to our big summer event, which is aimed at all those who want to have some fun with their friends or family by doing something a little bit different. By taking part this summer, you can help raise much needed funds for patient care.”

The event takes place on July 21 at 2pm, with registration at 12.30pm, at The Barclay School in Walkern Road.

Registration costs £20 per adult, £12 for children aged eight to 15, and £5 for five to seven-year-olds.

Places are limited, so register online early at ghhospicecare.org.ukor email Sophie on sophie.bottazzi@ghhospicecare.org.uk.

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