Bubble Rush - Company Entry

The Event

Bursting into Earlham Park on Saturday 18th May is the Bubble Rush, a brand-new 5k fun run with a difference - thousands of multi-coloured bubbles!

Sign up your team and raise money for our nook appeal, by completing this frothy 5k and getting covered in colourful, light, foamy bubbles!

Benefits of registering as a Corporate Team:

  • Entry fee discounts for teams of 6 or more – see below
  • Bespoke team registration form, for easy offline sign-up
  • Materials to help promote your event to staff, colleagues & clients
  • Your dedicated company Virgin Money Giving landing page, set-up for you
  • Materials and fundraising support to help you reach your fundraising goal
  • Different payment methods available to suit you
  • Your team photo on our online EACH “Wall of Fame”
  • Company certificate and invitation to your local hospice’s next Open Day for a bespoke tour and thank you
  • Choose your start time: Purple Wave at 11am or the Orange Wave at 12 Noon

Entry Details:

*Please note discounts are only valid for teams of 6 or more. You can still enter as a corporate team, but will pay the standard entry prices.

  

First Stage (first 500 tickets)
£18pp or £96 for the team of 6
(save £2pp compared to normal entry!)

 

Second Stage (tickets 500-1000)
£20pp or £108 for the team of 6
(save £2pp compared to normal entry!)

 

Final Stage (tickets 1000+)
£24pp or £132 for the team of 6
(save £2pp compared to normal entry!)

  
How to enter 

Norwich Bubble Rush 2019 Corporate Entry Form

Download the registration form, fill it in and return to your local EACH corporate fundraiser​; ​Mike Hatton

  • ​michael.hatton@each.org.uk
  • 01​508 500894
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The Treehouse

St. Augustine’s Gardens,
Ipswich, IP3 8NS

Milton

Church Lane, Milton,
Cambridge, CB24 6AB

The Nook

Pigot Lane, Framingham Earl
Norfolk, NR14 7PX