Muddy Mayhem returns to Knebworth Park for Garden House Hospice Care

PUBLISHED: 14:21 24 February 2020 | UPDATED: 14:47 24 February 2020

Participants in 2019's Muddy Mayhem 5km obstacle run. Picture: Callum Alcock-Green

Participants in 2019's Muddy Mayhem 5km obstacle run. Picture: Callum Alcock-Green

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Hundreds of runners are limbering up for the annual Muddy Mayhem obstacle course at Knebworth Park this Saturday – as Garden House Hospice Care hopes to meet its £45,000 fundraising target.

The deadline for online sign-ups is midnight tonight. Picture: GHHCThe deadline for online sign-ups is midnight tonight. Picture: GHHC

Nearly 600 runners have signed up for the mud-tastic 5km run - and this year will be going face-to-face with brand new obstacles.

Letchworth-based Garden House Hospice Care chief executive Sue Plummer said: "I am really looking forward to taking part again this year and would encourage people who are thinking about signing up to come along and get muddy with us.

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"It's a great day for everyone and makes such a difference to local people who need our care and support."

Online entries close at midnight tonight, which is the final time you can save £5 on your entry fee.

For more information, visit https://www.ghhospicecare.org.uk/support-us/events/detail/muddy-mayhem-2020

GHHC has also put out an appeal to raise £7,500 for its Giant Leap Day fund - a sum to cover the cost of running the Hospice for an extra day on a leap year.

To donate, visit https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/GiantLeap2020


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