If the date of your chosen Bubble Rush has been moved you will receive an email from the event organiser. The policy on event transfers, refunds etc for each event depends on who the event organiser is, so please read the information in the email carefully and then contact the organiser if you have any questions.
You can keep up to date with information about changes on the Facebook event. Just ‘like’ the event page and you’ll get updates straight to your timeline.
All the information you need will be in the email you receive from the organiser of your chosen Bubble Rush event.
If the event is organised by a charity, please contact them direct.
If the event is organised by Extreme Adventure please contact us.
If you’re not sure who your event organiser is please contact us and we will direct you to the relevant organisation.
We want to reassure participants that we working on measures to ensure everyone involved in Bubble Rush – staff, volunteers and participants – stays safe.
We want to reassure you that the health and safety of participants, staff and volunteers is always our number one priority. We are working closely with our charity partners and venues to make sure every aspect of the event will comply with the latest guidance and have the necessary hygiene and distancing measures in place.
If you have taken part in a Bubble Rush before you will see some differences in the event in 2020. This is so that everyone can take part safely, but still has a great Bubble Rush experience.
The new measures will include:
Full details will be sent to you in plenty of time for you to plan for your chosen Bubble Rush event.
The UK Government and its expert advisers still regard outdoor events as a low risk environment for spreading the virus.
The main reason for restricting outdoor events has been to limit the impact on public services, in particular the NHS.
The virus does not remain ‘viable’ when exposed to sunlight and warm temperatures.
The bubble solution used to create the foam for our events is a mild soapy liquid. Soap is a highly efficient way of killing the virus.
All our bubble stations and event equipment are cleaned down after each event.
We want to reassure everyone taking part that their health and safety is our absolute number one priority. We will be taking the following additional measures to reduce the risk of spreading the virus:
Hand cleaning facilities will be provided in the event village, at the bubble stations and the finish line. We’d advise bubblers to bring their own hand sanitiser too.
We will manage the number of people in the event village to allow plenty of space for participants to keep a social/physical distance.
We will manage the number of people setting off in each start wave to ensure a steady, safe flow of people around the course and through the bubble stations.
Allowing pre-ordering of event merchandise and allowing contactless transactions wherever possible.
Full details of our updated Action Plan for Bubble Rush will be published shortly and will be available on this website and social media.
The current guidance from the UK Government is available here:
You can reduce your chances of being infected or spreading COVID-19 by taking some simple precautions:
Every Bubble Rush supports a local charity. That hasn’t changed because of COVID-19, in fact the impact of the current situation on charities means it’s even more important to keep supporting their vital work in our local communities.
There’s no minimum fundraising requirement, but we do ask bubblers to either make a donation or commit to some fundraising as part of their preparation for the event.
Please contact the Bubble Rush team. Our office is currently closed, but you can send an email to email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.