Colour Run will be held in Derry this Sunday

Derry charity Children in Crossfire will hold their Colour Run in the city this Sunday.

Thursday, 10th March 2016, 9:31 am
Updated Thursday, 10th March 2016, 10:31 am

The colour run is a one of a kind race experience where everyone is a winner.

It’s less about speed and more about enjoying a crazy colourful day out for charity. Over the course of the run, your white clothes will be transformed to a rainbow of colours at the colour stations along the way.

The event welcomes everyone of all fitness levels whether you are a Sunday walker or an Olympic athlete, this 5k will be the most enjoyable journey you’ve had in a long time.

Children aged between 6 years to 14 years can participate. The powder paint being used is non-toxic corn starch. It will be best to keep the powder out of your eyes! It is advisable to wear glasses, goggles, bandanas or dust masks. Generally may in limited circumstances cause skin irritation.

Pre registration is necessary.

A stall will be open on bottom floor of The Richmond Centre open everyday 10am-5pm until Saturday.

You can also phone the office 02871269898 or register online