Children and families in Ipswich have taken part in a 'colour dash' to raise money for East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH).
The Treehouse Colour Dash was a 5 kilometre charity run in which runners were showered with brightly coloured powder paint after every kilometre, before ending up in a rainbow shower at the end.
Nine year old Mason Fountain from Ipswich officially started the race at the town's Christchurch Park and cheered on his family who were taking part.
Mason has a brain tumour and is the inspiration behind 'Mason's Magic', a charity run by his mum Shelley to raise funds to support others with brain tumours. He receives care and support from EACH, and visits The Treehouse. The Fountain family took part in the race because they said they wanted to give something back by taking part and raising sponsorship.