EACH’s most popular fundraiser is coming to Huntingdon – and it’s better than ever before!

EACH’s most popular fundraiser is coming to Huntingdon – and it’s better than ever before!

Feb 28, 2018

We believe we've made our popular Colour Dash fundraiser even better as we bring the event to Huntingdon for the first time.

EACH has been hosting its Colour Dash series across the region since 2014, raising hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Colour Dashes are five-kilometre (3.1-mile) fun runs – the fun aspect being that participants are showered with clouds of coloured powder paint as they run. There will be extra added fun at our first in Huntingdon, though, with the course to feature giant inflatable obstacles!

The Inflatable Colour Dash will take place at Huntingdon Racecourse on Sunday, 10 June. Runners will set off in half-hourly waves between 11am and 3pm.

Polly West says: “Our Colour Dashes have been hugely popular with our supporters across the region in the last few years and we’re delighted that as we bring the event to Huntingdon for the first time, we’ve made it more exciting than ever!

“The inflatables are there to be enjoyed, so there’s no race element. Come along and run, jog or walk, or even bounce your way around the course, and be ready as our paint pirates shower you with coloured powder - creating truly impressive multi-coloured results!



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