Fundraising pair take part in London Colour Run

Fundraising pair take part in London Colour Run

Fundraising pair take part in London Colour Run

First published in Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

Kelly Stevens and Emma Harrington were two of more than 17,000 runners turned into human rainbows this weekend at The London Colour Run.

The pair, who were raising money for Cancer Research and Herts Inclusive Theatre, dressed up in 80s neon tutus and bobby socks for the 5k around Wembley Park.

Marshalls threw coloured corn starch at the participants as they ran through the course, resulting in an Indian paint festival feel.

Emma is a producer at Herts Inclusive Theatre charity which works with disabled and non-disabled children, young people and adults.

They aim to use drama, movement, music and theatre techniques to help build people's confidence, communication skills and to encourage and build social inclusion.

Kelly has been taking part in a number of physical challenges for charity this year with Howard Biswell under the tag Crazy Blokes.

People can follow them on Facebook at and can donate at

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