Glow in the Park at Longleat
It is officially three weeks until Glow in the Park returns to Longleat on 9th September, and I am counting down the days!
Fusing fitness and fun (a winning combination) and all in the name of charity, this year I’m told is set to be bigger and brighter than ever, with a foam zone, UV paint blast zone and ‘time tunnel’ playing some cheesy pop classics to keep you motivated.
It’s no ordinary 6k run guys, this is a UV family fun run! Open to all ages* and skill sets (it’s a great run for beginners, but also welcomes walkers and dancers) that invites you to ‘get your glow’ on to raise funds for an amazing charity, Alabaré.
This amazing organisation helps over 2,500 vulnerable people transform their lives every year. They help those who need it most; including the homeless, young people, mothers and children and those who are suffering from ill mental health, to name just a few.
It’s such a fantastic cause, and a wonderful event that we’re so proud to support. I love the energy it brings to Longleat, the crowds of people are always so vibrant and motivated and colourful – it’s the perfect preview to our Festival of Light in November.
If you have family cheering you on too, which many often do, they can come along for free entry any time after 6pm to spur on the colourful crowds. There’s plenty to see too, including electrifying light shows and of course, the beautiful Longleat House as a backdrop.
If you’d like to join us, then you can buy tickets here.
There’s also a special offer where for an extra £10 (kids) to £18 (adults) you can join us at Longleat from 3pm and explore all that Longleat has to offer, including our Jungle Cruise to see the cheeky gorillas, Longleat House and our amazing Marvellous Monsters exhibition currently residing. It also includes some much-needed fuel before your run with a meal at the Tropical Storm Café too.
There’s still time to take part and raise some much needed funds for Alabaré, so grab your friends and sign up to take part today. Hope to see you there!
*As a mum, I know big crowds can often be overwhelming for little ones, so it’s recommended that children under 7 stay in the UV Paint Blast area with an adult.