The Bubbles are Back at Hatton to help raise funds for Acorns Children's Hospice - The Solihull Observer

The Bubbles are Back at Hatton to help raise funds for Acorns Children's Hospice

Solihull Editorial 22nd May, 2017   0

THE WORLD’S ‘bubbliest’ race is back and organisers are calling for foamy fundraisers to sign-up and raise vital funds for local children.

The Acorns Bubble Rush at Hatton Country World on June 24 will see hundreds of fundraisers run, jog or walk around a 5km course through reams of colourful frothy bubbles.

The fun-filled family event is being held to raise vital funds for Acorns Children’s Hospice and the charity’s care for children and support for their families.

Lynda Hadley, Events Co-ordinator at Acorns urged people to avoid disappointment and sign-up quickly for the popular event.




She said: “After the success of last year’s run, this year is set to be even bigger and better so move quickly to secure your place.

“The sight of hundreds of people running through a field of multi-coloured bubbles has to be seen to be believed and we can’t wait for the day.”


The event will feature merchandise and accessory stalls and entry includes a free Bubble Rush t-shirt and finish line medal.

All participants will be given discounted entry to Hatton Country World as a thank you for taking part.

Entry costs £22.50 for adults and £12.50 for children, with special rates for families and larger groups.

This year the event includes a Smart Bubbler scheme which means any participants who raise £100 or more in fundraising can claim their registration fee back.

To sign up, visit www.acorns.org.uk/bubblerush, call 01564 825023 or email [email protected]

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