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Weldmar's Bubble Rush

When? 12 May 2019
Where? Weymouth

  • Weldmar's Bubble Rush
  • Weldmar's Bubble Rush
  • Weldmar's Bubble Rush

The Bubble Rush is back for a third year following its foamtastic debut in 2017.

The 2019 Bubble Rush is open to the whole family and included in the registration (for all participants age 5 years and over) is a white t-shirt for you to wear on our 4km course. As you pass through our bubble stations, you will be covered in coloured foam from yellow to pink, green to blue! You will feel like you’re in a giant washing machine!

Taking place on Sunday May 12th, we will be holding two runs at 11.30am and 1.15pm. We are currently taking registrations for the 11.30am run and will open the 1.15pm run once this is full.

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Throughout the day we will have live bands on the Wessex FM stage as well as delicious local food and drink. Our live entertainment is for everyone to spectators can also come along to soak up the atmosphere too – it is going to be fun-filled day for all the family.

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