Image of some children at the end all stood in two lines from the 2018 event.

Monday 19th August 2019

There is still time for Cambridgeshire families to sign up for a 5 km run on Sun 1 September, through an RAF station while being showered with powder paints.

The Royal Air Forces Association, which supports the RAF family, will stage Colour Chaos at RAF Wittering on Sunday 1 September.

Other Colour Chaos events are taking place at RAF stations across the country. All proceeds will go to the RAF Association, to support the wellbeing of serving and former personnel, including war veterans.

Helen Tempest, Challenge Events Manager at the RAF Association, said:

“We’d love to get as many people from the Cambridgeshire community to visit their local RAF station and take part in this crazy, colourful event. All the money raised will go to projects supporting the mental and physical wellbeing of members of the RAF family.”

Image of a father and his daughter sat on his shoulders covered in different coloured powder. Taken from the 2018 event.

Colour Chaos costs £10 per person to enter, and under-fives can enter for free. £35 tickets are available for families of up to five people.

On the day, volunteers including serving personnel will cover the runners in powder paint as they attempt to complete the course. All runners will receive a free Colour Chaos t-shirt and a medal. 

You can watch a video of previous Colour Chaos events online.


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