Willaston Physio Offer Massages for Colour Fun Run Event
Willaston are getting ready to paint the town this coming weekend – literally. The Colour Fun Run will be taking place on Sunday 5th July and will see hundreds of people doused in a rainbow of colours in aid of the Hospice of the Good Shepherd.
The event, which starts at Willaston and finishes at Neston Cricket Club, is an un-timed race known as the Happiest 5km on the Planet and is less about your 10-minute-mile and more about having the time of your life.
There will be six paint stations along the route, each sponsored by local businesses including NatWest, Co-op, CNS, Gordale, Red Door and Road Chef who will be geared up to throw organic paint at participants as they pass. What’s more Willaston Physiotherapy will be waiting at the end of the race to offer people massage treatments in return for a small donation for the Hospice. There will also be a Family Fun Day with live music, stalls and children’s rides for all to enjoy. Philip Crawford, a Fundraiser for the Hospice of the Good Shepherd says,
“We ran the event for the first time last year and it was a huge success, with a fantastic atmosphere. We’re delighted that Willaston Physio and other local businesses have got on board again this year and support us. It’s such a great atmosphere and great to see so many people supporting us in this way.”
Williston Physio, who will also be entering a team this year are long-term supporters of the Hospice are proud to be involved with the event, Judith Callow says,
“We are delighted to sponsor The Colour Fun Run again this year. Obviously health and wellbeing is of great importance to us, and events like this are a great way to enable a lot of people to engage in this. More importantly though, the opportunity to recognise and support the outstanding work and care provided by The Hospice of the Good Shepherd, is something we are incredibly proud and honoured to do.”
To book a place at the event please contact Phil on 01244 851811.
The Hospice of the Good Shepherd provide end of life and palliative care to local people, including complementary therapies such as Acupuncture Clinics to patients.