THERE'S still time to sign up for the 80s themed Neon Night Run in aid of Mary Stevens Hospice.

Hundreds of people are set to dress up in the decade's iconic outfits for a two-hour party on Friday, September 28, which will be followed by a 5k fun run around the grounds of Himley Hall.

Runners will received a limited edition t-shirt and be entertained throughout the evening with live music from A Flock of 80s, Bhangra Mash Ups and The Toxic Dolls.

Amanda Bowen, the hospice's deputy head of fundraising and lottery, said: "Our Neon Night Run is such a colourful and fun occasion each year and we think that taking it back to the 1980s is the perfect way to celebrate and light up the night for the people we love.

"We're hoping to see loads of our supporters there for a night of letting their hair down to make our care possible for our patients.”

Online registration for the event will close on Sunday, September 23 and interested supporters can sign up online at

Alternatively people can call the hospice's fundraising office on 01384 377 778.

Telephone registrations will stay open until Wednesday, September 26.