Radio NOVA is working with Bray District Council, Bray Chamber of Commerce, Shoreline Leisure Bray and The Martello to raise funds for Ardmore Rovers FC with the ‘Colour Rush Bray 2018′ event’
On June 24th, Bray will be transformed into a kaleidoscope of colour as it hosts its colour-themed obstacle fun run, The Colour Rush. Following a hugely successful first year, The Colour Rush returns to Bray this summer for what promises to be a multi-coloured spectacle and a genuine highlight of the summer calendar. 100% of the proceeds raised will go to Ardmore Rovers FC, as part of their Ardmore 2020 Campaign which aims to find a permanent home for the Club as it heads towards its 40th Birthday.
At 12 noon on the day, the first of two 5k colour fun runs will kick off, with the second starting at 3pm. The first run is a Family Friendly Run for participants from 5 years and up while the later run is for Youths and Adults, 13 years and up.
“We’re delighted to being involved in this year’s Colour Rush. It’s a great event and a great cause, with all funds raised going to Ardmore Rovers FC. We’re really looking forward to working with Bray District Council, Bray Chamber of Commerce and the other partners to drive awareness of this year’s event”, said Radio NOVA CEO, Kevin Branigan.
Whether you are young or young at heart, run in to some fun on Sunday 24th June with The Colour Rush! Those wishing to find out more about The Colour Rush can register at www.thecolourrush.ie.
Radio NOVA broadcasts to North Wicklow from Bray Head on 95.7 FM. It is also available throughout Dublin, Kildare and Meath on 100.3 FM and nationally in its smartphone and on the Irish Radio Player. The station has 149,000* listeners, employs a team of 29 and is licensed to broadcast to North Wicklow by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland.
* JNLR Ipsos/MRBI 2018/1. Dublin Commuter Belt, Weekly Listenership
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