Hundreds turn out for hospice colour run in Stevenage

Garden House Hospice Care's Colour Clash Glow event took place on Saturday at Stevenage's Barclay Sc

Garden House Hospice Care's Colour Clash Glow event took place on Saturday at Stevenage's Barclay School. Picture: Hitchin Camera Club - Credit: Archant

Families enjoyed lots of colour and foam in the sunshine at Garden House Hospice Care’s Colour Clash Glow event on Saturday.

Runners of all ages enjoyed fun, colour and foam obstacles in aid of the hospice. Picture: Hitchin C

Runners of all ages enjoyed fun, colour and foam obstacles in aid of the hospice. Picture: Hitchin Camera Club - Credit: Archant

The event, which took place at Stevenage’s Barclay School, attracted hundreds of people to help raise funds for the Letchworth-based hospice.

Event manager Sophie Bottazzi said: “Thank you to all those who joined us for this enjoyable event. We hope you had fun and enjoyed all the stations.

“The running of the hospice is reliant on your support.

“Our thanks to all our volunteers who helped make the event so successful and our main supporter Showcard.

Families turned out to support Garden House Hospice Care and have some colourful fun. Picture: Garde

Families turned out to support Garden House Hospice Care and have some colourful fun. Picture: Garden House Hospice Care - Credit: Archant

“Our thanks also go to the Tesco display centre manager, Co-op, DeKonstruct, Rotary Club, BKM Scaffolding, Norton Way Motors, the local fire service and Mr H Productions.”

Upcoming events run by the hospice include Starlight Walk, Swinging 60s, Strictly come Jive and Swing, as well as the popular fire walk,

Garden House Hospice Care serves the communities of North Herts, Stevenage and the surrounding villages. Have a look at ghhospicecare.org.uk to find out more.

The event was enjoyed by hundreds of people. Picture: Garden House Hospice Care

The event was enjoyed by hundreds of people. Picture: Garden House Hospice Care - Credit: Archant

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