Runners were covered in fluorescent paint as they completed in a charity run at RAF Wittering.
More than 340 runners competed in the Royal Air Forces Association’s (RAF Association) annual Colour Chaos on Sunday, raising £5,500.
The event was organised to raise vital funds for the RAF Association’s welfare support work. Every £1 raised by runners will go towards projects that help members of the RAF family across the country.
Helen Tempest, Challenge Events Manager at the RAF Association, said: “We would like to say a huge thank you to all the participants and volunteers who supported the event. It was a fantastic effort from everyone involved. The atmosphere was amazing and alight with colour on a sunny autumn afternoon.
“Working with the RAF gives us a unique opportunity to arrange Colour Chaos fun runs at active RAF stations. They allow the public, as well as serving RAF personnel, a chance to participate in a family fun event at a really special location.”