Hundreds of participants enjoyed a day of bubbles, foam and gunge earlier this month.
The 80s Messy Madness event – organised by St Richard’s Hospice – took place at Churchfields Farmhouse Ice-cream in Salwarpe, near Droitwich. It is set to raise more than £15,000 for the charity.
The 350 participants dressed up in their brightest and boldest 80s outfits to walk, skip, dance or run around the 5km course. A DJ provided classic 80s entertainment alongside family activities including a discounted price for the maize maze.
Kelly Johns, Fundraiser said: “We would like to thank all those who took part in our 80s Messy Madness event – it really was a fabulous day!
“Raising funds for the hospice is so important, as it allows us to continue our care into the future – and it was great to see everyone having fun too.”
On finishing the run, all participants received a medal and a tub of homemade Churchfields ice-cream.
Peter Reeves, General Manager, from event sponsor Majestic Bingo Worcester, said: “Majestic Bingo is extremely proud to have been the main sponsor for the Messy Madness event earlier this month.
“Not only is it a charity close to my heart, it is also important to many of our customers. It was an absolute pleasure to have supported this event for the first time.
“We had a Majestic Bingo team of five who ran the course; not one of us came back unscathed! We were all covered from head to toe in gunge, paint and foam and foam; messy indeed but enjoyed by all!
“The whole hospice team and the runners were truly amazing in making us feel welcome and it was great to get out and meet new people and invite them to our friendly bingo club that offers a fun afternoon or evening out and pays big cash prizes every session!”
Majestic Bingo will be hosting two charity nights in aid of the hospice; the first is on Sunday 2 September when two members of staff will be gunged live on stage. The second is a charity bike ride on Friday 7 September.