The 'bubble rush' event continues to attract support - with two new big companies agreeing to sponsor the fun fundraiser for Windsor's hospice.

The bubble rush takes place on Saturday, September 15 on Berkshire College of Agriculture’s (BCA) stunning 400 acre-estate near Maidenhead and will raise money for Thames Hospice in Hatch Lane.

Now two big companies - Martin-Barker and Stanlake Park Wine Estate have become sponsors.

Martin-Baker, the world leader in the design and manufacture of ejection and crashworthy seats, will sponsor the yellow bubble station and Stanlake Park, one of the UK’s most successful wine producers, will sponsor the pink bubble station along the route.

In addition, Martin-Baker will have their own team of employees making their way through the sea of coloured foam.

Alison Evans, head of community and event fundraising at Thames Hospice, said “We are really excited to be bringing Bubble Rush back to Berkshire, and we are thrilled to have the generous support of both Martin-Baker and Stanlake Park. We can’t wait to cheer on the teams taking on the bubble-filled course. There are still a few places left for anyone wishing to join them in the blizzard of bubbles.”

Taking part in Bubble Rush will help Thames Hospice continue to provide vital care to thousands of local people who need its specialist end-of-life care on its premises and in patient’s own homes. With no age restrictions, it’s the perfect event for family, friends or colleagues. Entrants can walk, skip or run their way around the 2.5 or 5k route through a sea of colourful bubbles at the BCA. The circuit will take you through four ‘bubble stations’ where high-powered foam cannons will blow out 30 cubic metres a minute of bright, frothy bubbles.

Registration costs £25 for adults and £10 for Children (5 to 15 years),under 4s go free. To be part of Berkshire’s Bubble Rush, visit or call 01753 842121.

If you would like to make a donation, access the hospice services or volunteer visit www.thameshospice