SCOTTISH hospices will come together next month to offer supporters a family fun day out in a park full of bubbles. 

The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice will join 10 other hospices from all over Scotland as the Bubble Rush comes to Queen's Park on Sunday, August 14. 

The Bubble Rush is a 5K course filled with masses of bubbles that is suitable for all ages and abilities.

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Along the route, high-powered bubble stations will shoot out coloured foam, blowing a massive 30 cubic metres a minute of froth. 

The course is not timed so those taking part can take as long as they like to get to the finish line and bubble runners are incited to dress up for the occasion. 

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Caroline Young, head of community fundraising at The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice said: "Bubble Rush is such a fun day out.

"Everyone gets covered in colourful bubbles, it’s a real sight to see.

"It’s also a great way to help raise vital funds for your local hospice.

"Here at The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, we need to raise £3million each year to be able to carry on delivering compassionate and much-needed care to people with life-limiting and terminal conditions.

"But you need to sign up soon if you want to take part.

"Spaces are going fast and the closing date for entry is Monday, August 1."

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To register for Bubble Rush, call Caroline Young on 0141 429 5599 or email