A HOSPICE is holding a flash sale on tickets for its big fundraiser on Saturday July 14.

Martlets Hospice in Hove is staging its bounciest and most colourful obstacle course – KAPOW – in Preston Park.

Anyone booking tickets online until July 11 using the offer code KAPOW10 will receive a discount of £10 on any ticket, bringing the cost down to £15 for adults and £5 for children.

Antonia Shepherd from the Martlets fundraising team said: “This year’s Superhero themed KAPOW is bigger, bolder and brighter than before with ten immense inflatables to bound around, all to raise money for the city’s hospice.

“It’s all about enjoying doing something silly, flying around a very bouncy obstacle course whilst dressed as your favourite superhero.

“It’s going to be lots of fun and it will be definitely something you never forget.

“So, dig out your cape and sign up now!

“We’re also hoping that people put a superhero effort into raising sponsorship for us too.

“The money raised will help us to provide the vital care needed for people affected by terminal illness in Brighton and Hove and neighbouring areas.”

Kapow is a family friendly event, suitable for children over the height of 1.2m accompanied by a paying adult.

To sign up visit www.themartlets.org.uk/kapow18

Martlets is much more than a hospice and is working to change perceptions of hospice care.

Today, most patients receive care in their own home.

The hospice in Hove is a place where patients and their families can use the therapeutic services, drop-in clinics, visit the in-patient unit or just sit and have a coffee in the café.

The hospice’s community teams care for people living and dying at home.