We are thrilled to announce that Mission Mud is back! On Sunday 10th October we will once again be hosting a 5km mud challenge at the Wild Forest in Kelvedon Hatch, well-known for its wet, muddy and incredibly fun events... and this one is all in aid of our Hospice.
If you love a physical challenge, as well as the idea of a course full of undulating farmland, woodland, lakes and bogs, then this challenge was made for you!
There are obstacles, thrown in for good measure, that will challenge your resolve, such as the Zip Wire and the Slide of Death - duct taping your trainers on isn't such a bad idea!
Do not fear, no experience is necessary, just a sense of adventure and determination! After all, we're all in this together! Mission Mud is ideal for families, friends or work colleagues to register as teams, creating muddy memories and fun in the mud for all (minimum age to participate is 13)!
So if squelching through mud and being totally unrecognisable at the finish sounds like a laugh, then this is the race for you! Click on the 'book now' button to register your team today.
It's time to fundraise!
Your registration fee covers the entrance cost for the event, including your T Shirt and Medal. If you want to make a difference to the lives of local people living with life limiting illnesses please fundraise!
Starting fundraising is easy, just click here to set up an online giving page with JustGiving. Then all you need to do is share, share, share! We'll email you lots more top tips for fundraising once you've signed up for the event.
The difference your fundraising can make
There is no fundraising target for this event, we simply ask that you raise as much as you can.
£50 in sponsorship could pay for two hours of specialist care on our ward.
£108 in sponsorship could pay for two home visits from a specialist Hospice nurse.
£606 in sponsorship could pay for 24 hours of care for a patient and their family on our Hospice ward.
£1,312 in sponsorship could keep all hospice services running for one more hour.
Making the event Covid-19 safe
Here at Saint Francis Hospice our aim is always to keep our event participants safe! We will therefore be holding this event in line with Government Guidelines and are unable to confirm at this time whether we will be able to hold a mass start or will be required to hold a staggered start. We will confirm your start time by email no later than Friday 10th September.
If you are taking part with others (but are not booking at the same time) please enter their names into the booking form under 'Group members' and we will ensure that you start together.
On the day of the event you will be asked to provide and wear a face covering or mask at the start line and during registration. You will also be asked to adhere to social distancing guidelines. Whilst at the event please could we ask that you regularly sanitise your hands using the sanitising units positioned around the site.
If this event is postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions we guarantee a free transfer to a future event or a 100% refund.
If you've tested positive for Covid-19 in the 10 days prior to the event: Please do not attend the event. On proof of the positive test we will provide a 100% refund*.
If you're experiencing Covid-19 Symptoms on the day of the event or in the immediate days prior: Please do not attend the event. On proof that a Covid-19 test was taken we will provide a 100% refund (whether the result was negative or positive)*.
*Proof of test must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday 11th October 2021 to qualify for the refund.
Due to the physical nature of this event it is required that all attendees complete a medical disclaimer with the event venue, Wild Forest, when booking.
Once the below booking form has been completed you will be automatically re-directed to the disclaimer. Please note, your booking is not complete until all attendees have completed this form. If you are not automatically directed please click here to complete the disclaimer.
|Groups (of 4 or more)||£45|
Saint Francis Hospice is a local registered charity that provides vital health and social care needs to local people diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. The hospice believes it is in the best interests of the hospice and local people to raise awareness of its charitable nature, to be open and transparent about how the hospice is funded and to highlight that the services provided by the hospice requires local support to provide these services for local people at the end of life.
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