Bubble Rush 2019 in pictures: Thousands run Blackpool 5k course in support of Trinity Hospice and Brian House

Thousands of people packed onto Lawson Field, Blackpool, to get soaked in colourful bubbles while running a 5k course, all in the name of charity.

Wednesday, 10th April 2019, 11:56 am
Updated Wednesday, 10th April 2019, 12:24 pm
Thousands run Blackpool 5k course in support of Brian House

Did you take part? See if you can spot yourself in our gallery of pictures here:

More than 2,000 runners took part in Bubble Rush for Brian House on Saturday.
More than 50,000 was raised.

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From young children to the more experienced in years, participants ran through four coloured bubble stations, each bellowing out heaps of frothy bubbles.
By the end of the course they were covered in foam, all the colours of the rainbow and with huge smiles on their faces.
Head of Fundraising for Brian House, Linzi Warburton, said: This is the third time weve held Bubble Rush and it continues to be one of our most popular and one of our most fun events.
We are incredibly lucky to have such support for our childrens hospice here on the Fylde coast, and to have raised more than 50,000 from this one event is absolutely amazing."
Were thrilled that our bubble runners have raised so much for our wonderful children.
The Blackpool Bubble Rush 5k course was a 2.5km loop around Lawsons Showground.
Trinity Hospice Bubble Rush at Lawsons Showground, Blackpool.
Trinity Hospice Bubble Rush at Lawsons Showground, Blackpool.
Trinity Hospice Bubble Rush at Lawsons Showground, Blackpool.
Trinity Hospice Bubble Rush at Lawsons Showground, Blackpool.