More than 1,500 runners put on their neon for an event described as 'the perfect combination of work-out and night-out' at Kempton Park.

The Glow in the Park sponsored 5km last Saturday (September 30) raised money for charity Chain of Hope, which 'mends the little hearts' of children overseas that would otherwise die needlessly from treatable conditions.

The nighttime race went through six glow zones, including the foam zone, a UV paint blast zone and the musical time tunnel.

Parents Henry and Grace from Uganda, whose son Elijah was helped by the charity, said: “Thank you for the support, care and love you have shown us.

“Bravo Chain of Hope. You will remain in our hearts.”

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