09 Apr 2018
There’s still time to grab a bubble-tastic deal on tickets for this year’s Bubble Rush event on 6 May at Bellahouston Park, Glasgow.
Until 15 April, save 10%, which means adults pay £18, juniors £9 and family tickets are now reduced to £45.
The park will be transformed into a sea of frothing foamy fun for 4500 people to tackle the 5k course while blasting entrants with cannons of coloured foam and bubbles along the route.
Hospice supporters of all ages, from tiny tots to grannies and grandpas, will make their way around the course, dressed in tutus, brightly coloured wigs and giant sunglasses. Walk or run, it’s not a timed course, with the emphasis on having fun!
The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice is organising the event with supporters including fellow members of Scotland’s Hospices Together: CHAS, Accord Hospice, Ayrshire Hospice, Highland Hospice, St Andrew’s Hospice, St Vincent’s Hospice, Ardgowan Hospice, St Columba’s Hospice and Strathcarron Hospice.
This is the third year Glasgow’s Hospice has hosted the event, with 2017’s Bubble Rush the biggest in the whole of the UK with a sellout 4500 people taking part.
To book tickets, visit https://www.princeandprincessofwaleshospice.org.uk/event-article/challenges/bubble-rush
Caroline Watson, education and challenges fundraiser at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice said: “Bubble Rush is a fantastic event for the whole family, as last year’s sell-out proved. Now we’re back with lots of foamy fun and entertainment – it’s an amazing way to raise money for your local hospice.”
Glasgow’s Hospice still has £500,000 to raise to reach the £21million needed to build a state-of-the-art palliative care facility in the city’s Bellahouston Park, to enable it to expand its services and transition young patients from the age of 16 to adult hospice care.
Patients are due to move later this year to the new facility set in a 7.5-acre site in Bellahouston Park that will lead the way in palliative care, offering a gold standard of care and support to 1200 new patients and families every year in a purpose-built facility.