The Yorkshire division of national homebuilder, Bellway manned one of four sponsored paint stations and provided £500 sponsorship for Martin House’s 3.5k colour run, which took place at Stockeld Park in Wetherby last Sunday (July 23rd)

In total 11 people representing Bellway Homes ran in aid of the children’s hospice, with another six manning the Bellway sponsored paint station. All 11 Bellway runners completed the course, which saw them run around the scenic park, passing a total of four paint stations, and getting covered in powdered paint at each one

Adam Tasker, quantity surveyor for Bellway Yorkshire said: “We love being able to take part in the various activities to help Martin House, so when we heard about the colour run we knew we had to be involved.”

“It was great event and to have so many people from Bellway running in aid of this amazing charity was brilliant to see. We loved sponsoring a paint station as well, because let’s face it, throwing paint on the runners was a bit better than being covered by it!”

Martin House Children’s Hospice provides family led care for children with life shortening conditions. It is a place where children, young people and their families can come to stay from time to time along their journey and find support, rest and practical help. For more information visit

Bellway’s runners on the day were Steve Lister, Gail Eames, Vanessa Chrispin, Sarah Carr, Zoe Edwards, Alexandra Simpson, Jasmine Tubridy, Justine Allen, Vicky Rimmington as well as two youngsters. The paint station was also manned by Adam Tasker, Melissa Tasker, David Bridges, Siobhan Joof, Paul Eames and another youngster.

Bellway is currently building on 13 developments in Yorkshire, including Spofforth Park on Spofforth Hill in Wetherby – to find out more visit or call 0113 3900 800.



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