Bright colours filled the air in for a charity superhero colour run.

A sea of superheroes descended on Boundary Park, Didcot, to help raise funds for two local charities.

The fun run was organised by charities Style Acre and Play2Give and all proceeds were split between the two causes.

Play2give is a Didcot fundraising organisation that supports local charities with a focus on children, health and disability causes. Style Acre is a charity that enhances the lives of people with learning disabilities and autism.

More than 100 runners and walkers were bombarded with colour along the 1km course with two colour stations along the way as they made their way round the course.

Mayor of Didcot Mocky Khan, took part as Ironman, and handed out medals to all the competitors and deputy Mayor Pam Siggers joined in.

From Mr Incredible and Robin to Wonder Woman to Supergirls and boys, then fun run was full of fantastic outfits.

The colour run raised more than £548 for both Play2Give and Style Acre.