Register now at www.glowinthepark.co.uk
The east coast's first ever Glow In The Park is coming to Cleethorpes on Saturday, November 12 in aid of us... we hope you are as excited as we are here in the fundraising department!
The gates will open at 5.30pm so you have time to enjoy our bar, food vendors, funfair, pre-party tent with a pop-up bar, and the opportunity to get UVd in face and body paint, with prices starting from only £4.00. 100% of the face and body art fees are being generously donated to us by Jelli Nelli, Faces About Town and Funky Faces.
It’s “glowing” to be an amazing night and we want everyone to enjoy the spectacle, not just Glowers, so we've opened the grounds up to the public.
Not only can they watch the participants complete the course, they too can enjoy all of the fun in the grounds.
A cloakroom will also be available, charged at £1 per person. Items will be left at the risk of their owners and unfortunately, Andy’s at St Andrew's Hospice cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or theft.
If you're one of the 1,000-plus people participating in Glow, then you've already taken your first step to becoming a hospice hero. Your registration fee covers the actual cost of putting on the event, so we really need you to collect sponsorship to help us make each day count for our patients.
All we ask is that you raise your age in sponsorship. If everyone attending does this, we will hopefully raise more than £20,000 - which will pay for fun-packed days for 50 children.
Share Glow in the Park with your family and friends, and on social media of course, and please create your online fundraising page here - https://everydayhero.co.uk/event/glowinthepark (we use Everyday Hero rather than any other websites because there is no fee to pay). If you prefer, use the traditional method of pen and paper, using the sponsorship forms provided in your pack.
Michaela is mum to Jensen, 3, and Lyla, 5, who both have life-limiting illnesses and come regularly to Andy’s. This quote from Michaela sums up why your support is so important:
“Andy’s de-stresses me; it’s like a family, with a sense of caring and support. Lyla and Jensen enjoy ‘messy play’ activities at Andy’s, like hand and footprint painting, because I don’t normally have the time to do that at home."
"Whenever I’m near my children, I kiss them or rub their hands or feet…anything to let them know I‘m always there. That way, I can never have any regrets if they leave me."
Please help us help mums like Michaela and kids like Lyla and Jensen by collecting as much sponsorship as possible… get ready to glow!