Get colourful and join us for our first ever colour run! Run, skip or even cartwheel your way around our course making your way through our 4 colour stations. Kids can run on their own or you can tackle the course as a family.
Sunday 15 May
First runners start at 11am
Courthouse Junior School
Entry including finishers medal £6
T-SHIRTS ARE STILL AVAILABLE IN ALL SIZES.
AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE AT THE EVENT.
pre schoolers can take part for free
We will be running our cafe with hot and cold drinks, cakes and treats. As well as a bacon butties and hot dogs (veggie option available).
CAN YOU HELP?
To make our events happen we need volunteers. If you are able to help please get in contact
Please don't wear your best trainers or new cool t-shirt. Although the powder does wash out we wouldn't want to risk ruining something you love.
Holi Color Colour Powder and Clean-Up
The colour powder is made using corn flour so is GLUTEN FREE. The colouring agents used to colour the colour powder are E-number food additives; the same kind as those used in the European food industry.
These additives are easily rinsed out of fabric – but they are still colouring agents. Therefore, it is recommended that visitors do not wear their best outfit.
The colour powders are also easily rinsed out of hair – but the same thing applies. Colouring agents can always leave behind a minor sheen. Blonde hair is a little more susceptible, and previously dyed or bleached hair also absorb colour more easily.
A bandana or some hair oil offers adequate protection.
Colour powder easily rinses off from one’s skin. With just some soap and water, the colours usually disappear following the first wash. But it is not impossible that some colour powder may remain inside wrinkled skin or, for example, under one’s nails.
Holi Color Colour Powder Safety and Ingredients
The colours are EU certified.
The main component of our Holi Colors is corn flour.
The colouring agents used in the colour powders are E-number food additives also used in the food industry in the EU/USA.
In addition, certain minerals are added to ensure Holi Colors are non-flammable and non-combustible.