We are delighted to be chosen again as a charity partner, along with the Down's Syndrome Association, for Glow In The Park in Exeter which will take place on Saturday 9th November 2019.

This popular event is a fun night-time 5km run for all of the family. It involves foam, paint, music and lots of neon lights!

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We would be delighted if you wished to raise funds for DSi and DSA by participating in this event. Please note: we do not receive funds from the entry fee.

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This is what our previous participants said about Glow In The Park:

"I took part in the glow in the park event in 2018 with a group of family members, including under 10s. My daughter, who is now almost 3, was born with Down’s Syndrome so the charities we were raising money for are close to my heart. They do amazing things for people like my daughter around the world and really change lives.
We had an absolute blast; the excitement of arriving in the dark, finding our way to the start line where everyone was buoyant with the energy of the event. Making our way round the course getting splattered with paint and ending up awash in bubbles so that we could no longer find one another! There was no pressure and a real sense of camaraderie amongst the participants, and also the marshals who encouraged us every step of the way. Such a well organised and excellent fun event, I would recommend it to anyone and of course encourage people to raise money for these extraordinarily worthwhile charities."
- Rachel, 2018
"This was the first time I had ran a 5k myself and what kept me going was the atmosphere of running at night and the visual effects. It was also really special because I got to run alongside Joseph who is a determined and competitive young man with down syndrome who I have supported for 11 years. There was a feel good start from the moment we arrived with great music playing to get everyone warmed up!! Running through endless foam helped make the experience more fun rather than gruelling. It was an amazing experience and we look forward to completing it again this year with hopefully more families from our local Down syndrome community."
- Hayley, 2018