Camel Creek Make A Splash for Charity

Camel Creek Adventure Park near Wadebridge made a splash of colour this September for their chosen charity of the year; Penhaligon’s Friends.

The adventure park hosted their annual colour run on the 15th September, which seen members of the public walk, jog or run around the park, while being covered in a rainbow of colours. Water stations were located around the park, splashing the guests as they work their way around the park.

Colour Run imageChantal Worden-Evans from Penhaligon’s Friends said ‘A huge thank you to Camel Creek Adventure Park and everyone who joined in with their Colour Run last Saturday 15th September, the event was great family fun and full of colour and giggles along the way. The run raised a fantastic £335 for Penhaligon’s Friends Cornish Childhood Bereavement Charity which will make a huge difference to their bereavement support for children, young people and their families across Cornwall.’

Emma Hart who took part in the event added ‘our group loved taking part in this colourful event to raise some money for charity, the team from Camel Creek and Penhaligon’s Friends did a fantastic job and we are excited to see what else we can get involved with this year’

The team at Camel Creek had a fantastic time hosting the event which raised over three hundred pounds and look forward to more fundraising throughout the remainder of 2018 for Penhaligon’s Friends; a charity that help support bereaved children through many ways.

Director, Charles Weston-Baker ‘We were very honoured to be hosting another thrilling event for Penhaligon’s Friends; a charity that is close to many people’s hearts across Cornwall. The event was a big success and helped boost our total raised for 2018, we are excited to announce this total at the end of the year.’

You can find out more about Camel Creek events at There Creepy Creek activities start from the 20th October.