Impact of Coronavirus / COVID-19 on Bubble Rush events At Bubble Rush we want you to know that we are doing everything we can to deliver our events this season. However there will inevitably be changes to our events calendar as we follow the Government’s advice on restricting social contact and ‘mass gatherings’. At the […]
How do you know what to expect when you sign up to Bubble Rush? Thanks to our lovely bubblers who take the time to share their experiences you can read all about it!
Bubble Rush events in Portsmouth, Southampton, Poole and Andover will be organised in partnership with Naomi House & Jacksplace.
We are very excited to announce our partnership with Marie Curie, which will see ten Bubble Rush events raise funds for the charity’s nine hospices and local nursing teams across the UK.
If your New Year’s Resolutions include getting fit why not make Bubble Rush part of your plans? The UK’s foamiest fun run is not your usual 5k – which makes it a great choice of event for a new runner.
It can be really hard to find something for all the family to do together for a fun day out. Whether it’s occupying energetic little ones, entertaining grumpy teenagers or organising a day out that even the Grandparents will enjoy, it can be difficult to please everyone. Here’s an idea – sign them up for Bubble Rush!
Everyone is welcome at Bubble Rush. As the event isn’t timed, you can take as long as you like making memories with your family as you get covered in colourful foam! Your little ones can toddle along the course, and Granny and Grandad can have a nicely paced stroll in between the bubble stations.
We are so excited that so many people have signed up for a Bubble Rush this summer and can’t wait to welcome you to the fun run through coloured bubbles. If you’re a first time ‘bubbler’ and are wondering what you’ve let yourself in for here’s our quick guide to the foamy 5k.
There are so many challenge events to choose from if you’re looking to try something different, get the kids away from their screens or just get a group together and have a fun experience. But if the thought of getting muddy, clambering over massive obstacles or running a distance doesn’t appeal why not try a fun run with difference?