Dismal weather failed to dampen the spirits of hundreds of runners who completed a foamy fundraiser in Sheffield.
More than 450 people flocked to Weston Park to take part in an annual foam fun run.
Participants of all ages braved the weather to complete the 5km route, which featured giant foam cannons, a deep foam pit and inflatable obstacles.
Some donned fancy dress for the challenge with banana, super hero and crocodile costumes spotted around the course.
For a small donation people could also ‘foam a friend’ and splatter a mate with a plate of foam.
Graham Sandersfield, event organiser, said: “Last year we had 175 participants, so the event has grown considerably.
“Runners seem to enjoy the event, because it offers a challenge, but one that isn’t too serious so they have fun along the way.”
The event raised money for a number of charities, including Roundabout which supports young homeless people in the city.
Amy Casbolt, Roundabout fundraising coordinator, said: “Money raised will support our new centre in the city centre where we support those aged 16 to 25 at risk of becoming homeless.”