Norwich Bubble Rush 2019

Norwich Bubble Rush 2019



Name: Emma Benstead

Phone: 01508 500894

Following on from the huge success of the Norwich Bubble Rush in 2018... it's back and bigger for 2019! 

​The course starts in a sea of bubbles and features four Bubble Stations along the route. Each Bubble Station has a cannon which pumps out coloured foam to create a 4ft deep bubble bath!

There are two wave times for you to choose from:​ 
  • Purple Wave - 11am (arrive from 10am)
  • Orange wave - 12pm (arrive from 11am)
Every course is family friendly, so you can run, jog, walk, dance or toddle through the foam. Pushchairs and wheelchairs are more than welcome!

The events are not timed, so you’re not racing anyone – the most important thing is that you enjoy your time in the bubbles and finish with a big smile on your face! Bubblers do it for fun with friends and children – and everyone gets a medal at the end!


Our tickets for the Bubble Rush this year will work in three stages. The earlier you book, the cheaper your ticket!
All tickets include entry, a t-shirt and a medal
Corporate Entry - click here for exclusive discounts and benefits.

First Stage (first 500 tickets) SOLD OUT
Adult (16+) - £18
Child (5-15) - £7.50
Family (2 adults with 2 children) - £48
Team (6 people or more) - £16 per person

Second Stage (tickets 500-1000)
Adult (16+) - £20
Child (5-15) - £9
Family (2 adults with 2 children) - £55
Team (6 people or more) - £18 per person

Final Stage (tickets 1000+)
Adult (16+) - £24
Child (5-15) - £10
Family (2 adults with 2 children) - £62
Team (6 people or more) - £22 per person

Children under 5 go free - they will not receive a medal or t-shirt. If you would like them to have a medal and t-shirt please register them as a child ages 5-15.
No dogs are allowed to participate in the Bubble Rush. This is in the best interest of your family pet and all those participating.

We ask that you try to raise as much money as you can, as your registration fee covers the costs of your participation in this event.

Important Documents:

Norwich Bubble Rush 2019 - Need to know
Norwich Bubble Rush 2019 - FAQs
Norwich Bubble Rush 2019 - Terms and Conditions

Funds raised from this event will go to the nook appeal - our vision to transform children's palliative care across Norfolk, including a purpose-built hospice called the nook. Find out more here. 


Kindly sponsored by Bateman Groundworks 

With thanks to our Bubble Arch sponsors: 

  • Blue Arch - 
  • Yellow Arch - 

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The Treehouse

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


Church Lane, Milton,
Cambridge, CB24 6AB

The Nook

Pigot Lane, Framingham Earl
Norfolk, NR14 7PX