Campus Colour Dash 2017
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Date change

Due to circumstances that are out of our control, we have had to postpone the Campus Colour Dash. This is not a decision we have taken lightly, however, we hope that moving the event to Sunday 14 May will mean that the weather is better and we can get as many students involved as possible. From the whole of the Raise and Give Committee and UPSU we are truly sorry for this inconvenience. If you have bought a ticket you should have received an e-mail with more information but if you have any questions please drop us a message or an e-mail at: hello@plymouthrag.com. We look forward to seeing you on the 14 May!

This year's Campus Colour Dash...

RAG’s Campus Colour Dash is back and it’s bigger and better than last year! Don your brightest whites and run this explosively colourful race whilst navigating our obstacle-filled course and dodging powder paints. All in aid of Brain Tumour Research. Come get messy!

Fancy winning a FitBit Alta? Simply set up a Just Giving page, raise over £40.00, and you’ll be entered into the draw. One winner will be chosen at random, and another FitBit will go to whomever raises the highest amount through their page. So don’t miss out on this great prize giveaway.

Your £10 registration fee will include your very own white Campus Colour Dash t-shirt.

All proceeds will be going to Brain Tumour Research.

Did you know:

  • the South West has the highest rate of brain tumours diagnosed per million in England
  • brain tumours are the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40
  • 58 per cent of patients die within a year of diagnosis.

If you have any questions, please contact hello@plymouthrag.com

T&C’s: http://plymu.ni/ColourDashTerms

This event is run in partnership with Plymouth University and Plymouth RAG.

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