First ever Bubble Rush fundraiser coming to Leeds

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RUNNERS from across Leeds will be bursting to have a pop at an exciting new event.

The first ever Bubble Rush is coming to Harewood House on Saturday, April 23.

The race will help raise thousands of pounds for St Gemma’s Hospice.

It will see runners take on a 5k course, passing several high-powered foam cannons along the way.

Nicola Woodgate, head of marketing and communications at the hospice in Moortown, said: “A trained team of bubble blasters will man the foam cannons to make sure you get covered in coloured frothy foam.”

The run is open to everyone and is pushchair friendly.

St Gemma’s Hospice is one of the biggest hospices in Yorkshire and helps support hundreds of local people suffering from cancer and other life-threatening illnesses.

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