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Longfield’s Run the Rainbow event attracts major sponsor


Longfield Community Hospice has announced Taylor Wimpey Bristol as the headline sponsor for its Run the Rainbow event taking place at Cotswold Airport on July 17th.The colourful event features powdered paint, foam, music and inflatables, and participants can run, walk or skip through the Run the Rainbow challenge.

Featuring a 5K route suitable for the whole family, it’s the perfect summer day out and a great opportunity to fundraise for Longfield.

This year Longfield aims to support more than 1200 patients with life-limiting illnesses, carers and family members, through both the Wellbeing Centre in Minchinhampton and through care in patients’ homes.

Rainbow Run 2 | Longfield's Run the Rainbow event attracts major sponsor

Vicki Hayward, Community and Events Manager said: “We’re thrilled that Taylor Wimpey Bristol has agreed to sponsor this event so generously. We can only offer the care we do thanks to the support of the local community and businesses. It should be an unforgettable day and we hope many local people will sign up and bring their friends too. They’ll be making memories and helping a good cause at the same time.”

Rob Curry, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey Bristol said: “We are delighted to be supporting Longfield Community Hospice’s ‘Run the Rainbow’ event this year. Being able to back local organisations that surround our new developments means a lot to us and it’s great to know that we are helping to make a difference to lives of people in the local community.”

Further information and booking details are available at longfield.org.uk/event/run-the-rainbow.

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