Saturday, July 13th
Calling all kids and big kids! Join our Mud Squad and work together to tackle Mission Mud! Jog, walk or even crawl around our two mile course, packed with muddy obstacles, including
•Muddy cargo net crawls
•Walk the plank!
The course stretches over 2 miles and is jam-packed full of obstacles and mud! It is a fantastic day out for families and youth groups to create fun memories together and raise vital funds to change the lives of Armed Forces personnel and their families.
By signing up for Mission Mud, you'll be helping The Royal British Legion to provide vital services and support for the Armed Forces community - serving and ex-serving personnel, and people like Stacey Hodnett. Find out how the Legion has helped Stacey since leaving the Army.
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The event runs from 10:00am to 1:00pm on the following dates.
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