Running for colour

Cambridge Primary School students are briefed before the Colour Run, run by the PTA, which raised more than $13,000 to help upgrade the school’s BMX track.

Cambridge Primary School’s PTA ran a successful Colour Run at the school on Friday.

More than $13,000 was raised to help upgrade the school’s BMX track.

Children registered to run through stands where blue, pink, yellow, orange, red, purple and green were thrown over them and then capped it off by sliding down a water slide with principal Mike Pettit taking great delight at holding the hose.

Cambridge Primary School Colour Run

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