South Yorkshire: Colour assault course launched by Rotherham Hospice

The fundraising team at Rotherham Hospice at the launch of the colour assualt course. Picture: Andrew Roe

The fundraising team at Rotherham Hospice at the launch of the colour assualt course. Picture: Andrew Roe

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A brand new assault course with an added twist of explosions of colour was spectacularly opened at the weekend by the Rotherham Hospice fundraising team.

Participants tested themselves as they tackled cargo nets, water pits, tyre runs, tree hurdles and mud crawls along the 4km course, located at Hesley Wood Activity Centre, Chapletown, Sheffield.

Anne Giblin and Ash Corker, of Rotherham Hospice at the launch of the colour assualt course. Picture: Andrew Roe
Anne Giblin and Ash Corker, of Rotherham Hospice at the launch of the colour assualt course. Picture: Andrew Roe

Visitors were left awash with colour as volunteers waited at ‘Colour Stations’ to throw bright-coloured powder at them.

Luckily, everyone receives a t-shirt to wear so you start off white and finish rather bright!

On completion of the course you will also receive a commemorative medal.

Registration is £10 for adults and £5 for children.

Kate Purdue, of Rotherham Hospice at the launch of the colour assualt course. Picture: Andrew Roe
Kate Purdue, of Rotherham Hospice at the launch of the colour assualt course. Picture: Andrew Roe

Rotherham Hospice provides support and care for patients and families affected by a terminal illness over the age of 18.

 

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