Huntingdon set for bubble bonanza as EACH announces details of foam-tastic fun run

Huntingdon set for bubble bonanza as EACH announces details of foam-tastic fun run

Jan 11, 2019

Huntingdon will be awash with bubbles when EACH brings another exciting fundraiser to the town.

Bubble Rush is a 5k fun run with a difference as participants head off amongst a sea of bubbles, before passing four bubble stations where cannons pump out coloured foam to create a four-foot (1.2-metre) deep bubble bath!

We will be hosting the event at Huntingdon Racecourse on Sunday, 9 June. Runners will go off in two waves, with the first starting at 11am and the second at noon.

It follows an Inflatable Colour Dash at the racecourse last year that was attended by 551 and raised an incredible £23,974.

Ticket prices are as follows:


First 500 tickets

Second 500 tickets

Final tickets

Adult (16+)




Child (5-15)




Family (Two adults with two children)




Team (Six people or more)

£16 per person

£18 per person

£22 per person

All entrants will receive a T-shirt and a medal. Children aged under five can take part for free. Those aged under 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Head to for more information. Online registration will close at 11am on Friday, 7 June.

Sponsorship packages are also available for Bubble Rush. One Broker is already onboard. For more information contact Karen on 07894 899244 or at

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