Fundraisers will get covered in colour, splashed with water and smothered in foam while supporting hospice care in Stevenage later this month.

The Comet: Last year's Garden House Hospice Care Colour Clash. Picture: Teresa Whyte/Studio 66 PhotographyLast year's Garden House Hospice Care Colour Clash. Picture: Teresa Whyte/Studio 66 Photography (Image: (c)Teresa Whyte @ Studio 66 Photography)

Garden House Hospice Care’s annual colour run is back, bigger and better, with music, obstacles and heaps of fun at ColourClashSplash next weekend.

The fun begins at 10.30am at the Thomas Alleyne Academy in Stevenage’s High Street on Saturday, July 29 – with the run starting at 12 noon.

A hospice spokeswoman said: “A run for the whole family involving colour, water, foam, obstacles and heaps of fun – ColourClashSplash is bigger and better!

“Join the party as you run, dance, walk or wiggle your way around the course and through the variety of fun stations.

“Stalls, refreshments, photo booth and music will be available on the day. So why not join us for this fun-filled activity and help raise much-needed funds for patient care?

“Places are limited, so please register early to avoid disappointment.”

The run is open to adults and children aged five and up. Anyone under 18 must have a parent or guardian sign their registration form and be accompanied by a participating adult.

Entry costs £20 for adults aged 17 and up, £12 for juniors aged eight to 16, and £5 for kids aged five to seven.

Garden House Hospice Care is based in Letchworth’s Gillison Close and serves all the communities of North Hertfordshire and the surrounding area.

To find out more or register for ColourClashSplash, call 01462 679540 or see