‘Mudrun’ Benefits Local Charities

Shane McDonald’s project that he created in Landmark Education’s SELP is a ‘Mudrun’ – specfically named Calibrate Challenge Mad North East Mud Run. The event offers a variety of races through difficult terrain and muddy obstacles.

Taking place on Sunday, November 11th and beginning at Slaley Hall in Hexham, the races range in length from two to ten kilometres, and require an entry fee of £25 -£30, depending up on the time of registration. The entry fees go to local Northumberland charities, which are expected to raise over £10,000 through the event. See more at the mudmad/calibrate challenge site.

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