- 30 June 2019
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Don’t be blue .. be red, green and pink too!
Join us on Sunday 30 June at Trent Country Park for our annual Rainbow Run. This run isn’t about speed or endurance, just focus on getting covered in paint with friends, family and colleagues, all in aid of your local children’s hospice – Noah’s Ark.
The run takes a scenic route around the fields and woodland of Trent Country Park. Along with the Big Loop (5k) and Little Loop (1.5k) courses there will be the fantastic Rainbow HQ where you can get your face painted, take part in a warm up, enjoy delicious food and (hopefully) some sunshine! Bring along a team or your whole family and make a day of it.
Everyone taking part will receive a T-shirt and a finishers’ medal when they cross the finish line. There will also be a trophy for both the individual and the team who manage to raise the most sponsorship money.
Each blue, green, pink, orange and yellow paint station will be showering you with powder paint from every angle creating an amazing, vivid colour explosion. Be prepared to be well and truly rainbowed!
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT!! Get 15% off for a limited time only using code RAINBOW15
Early bird discount available until 12 noon on Friday 29 March 2019
This year our event is once again kindly sponsored by Martyn Gerrard Estate Agents
Venue: Trent Country Park
Trent Country Park lies in 413 acres of rolling meadows, enchanting brooks, exquisite lakes, ancient woodland, and imposing historical sites. It forms part of London’s Green Belt and being a country park it provides a natural, rural and tranquil atmosphere right on the outskirts of London on the borders of Enfield.
How to get here
By underground: Get the Piccadilly Line to Cockfosters (the last stop on the line). When you exit the station, turn right past the BP Garage and you will see the entrance to Trent Park.
By bus: The following buses serve the Cockfoster entrance into Trent Park: 298, 299, 384
By car: Trent Park is within easy reach of Junction 24 of the M25. Parking is limited so we advise access Trent Park by public transport