Harry's Rainbow colour run and fun day is back on Saturday 8th July between 12pm – 4pm at Wolverton Recreation Ground.
Harry’s Rainbow is a MK based children’s charity who support children, young people and young adults who have been bereaved of a parent or sibling.
Originally set up by Harry’s twin sister Jessica as a Memorial Day to mark Harry's Anniversary, it is now in its 13th year and has become very popular with children and families of all abilities.
The fun run is open to children of all ages taking place at the large Wolverton Recreation Ground on Woburn Avenue, Wolverton, MK12 5AZ.
Children and adults can run/walk/hop/skip/jump the course and there is a choice of 1/2 mile or a mile and this year, Harry's Rainbow are bringing it to you as a colour run (although there will be a non-colour option).
The route is on grass and children will be visible throughout as the course takes place over a field which will also be marked out and attended by marshals; however, parents are welcome to join in too.
Just £6 per child and adult - every finisher will receive an awesome medal.
This year, the charity would also like to encourage the children to fundraise, with all those raising over £100 getting a goody bag and the highest fundraiser will win a Smyths toy voucher!
Not only is there the fun run, but there will also be games, rides, stalls and refreshments so it's a not to be missed family day out!
The charity encourages people to book in advance as they can only allow a set number of entrants and each year the numbers of children entering increases.
Tickets can be purchased here.