Raising funds for charity, St Gemma’s Colour-Baloo is coming to Leeds, and it’s set to be the funnest 5K run to ever exist.
New for 2020, the obstacle course is set to challenge participants with inflatable obstacles, with bubble stations and colour stations dotted around just for fun.
The obstacles will be placed strategically, so runners will need to climb, slide, jump and crawl throughout – all while being covered in bubbles. The event is set to be a family affair, with people of all abilities and ages welcome to join in on the action.
Taking place at Stockeld Park on May 2, those who wish to take part will need to register for £20 per adult and £7 per child, with all funds being donated to the hospice – an independent charity in Leeds which cares for local people with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. The hospice has been doing some incredible work and the event will provide vital funds to ensure they can continue helping the people of Leeds.
Participants will receive a t-shirt to wear on the day and even a medal when you finish the race. On-site there will be stalls and refreshments for watchers and runners to enjoy, both before and after the run.
Find out more and register for the race here.