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Helen & Douglas House Bubble Rush raised £30,000


Helen & Douglas House Bubble Rush raised £30,000


A huge thank you to everyone who took part in Oxford’s first ever Bubble Rush on 10th June, raising money for Helen & Douglas House. What an amazing day we had, with an impressive 912 participants taking part.

We had wonderful feedback from this event with people saying it was one of the best family-friendly events they had taken part in this year and that it was a great day out for all the family. Both the adults and children alike loved running through the giant, multi-coloured bubbles.

Can you spot yourself in this Bubble Rush footage by SAE Oxford? 

Thanks to SAE Oxford for their help with the video recording and editing of this fantastic footage. 

SAE Oxford is the global headquarters for SAE Institute’s 54 campuses worldwide and is at the heart of our creative media education network.

Our Bubble Rush raised a massive £30,000 which will help local families with terminally ill children. This will help provide round-the-clock care in a warm, loving environment at our hospice in Oxford and at home through our outreach nursing team. At the toughest time of their lives, we give families the time and space to enjoy the precious moments they have left with each other and the money raised by people like you at this event ensures we can do this.

Look out for details of our next family fun run which will be Santas on the Run on 9th December in Oxford City Centre.

Can you spot yourself in this Bubble Rush photo gallery snapped by Oxford Photographic Society?

Thanks to the Oxford Photographic Society for their presence on the day and for supplying us with so many wonderful photos. 

OPS continues to be one of the UK’s leading photographic societies and their aim is to promote an appreciation of all forms of photography, as well as encourage participation.