Early birds can catch a discount for a day of muddy good fun at County Durham’s Hardwick Park.
The North East’s ultimate obstacle course returns on Sunday 1 October, with a host of challenges awaiting runners in the beautiful surroundings of the popular 18th century, Grade II listed parkland, near Sedgefield.
Cllr Maria Plews, Durham County Council’s cabinet member for leisure, libraries and lifelong learning, said: “Muddy Mayhem is always a popular event and from cargo nets to climbing walls, tunnels, freezing open water and lots of other surprises this year once again promises a real test for everyone taking on our tough 5K or 10K courses.”
Anyone who signs up before midnight on Tuesday 31 January 2017 can bag a 5K place for just £35 or £40 for the 10K.
And if you’re considering taking part as a group then there’s no better time to book, as teams of 10 or more will receive an extra 10% discount – making it just £31.50 per person before the end of January.
Once the early bird offer has finished the individual price will increase to £42 for 5K and £48 for 10K.
Runners must be aged 16 and over to enter, and have a reasonable level of fitness.
For more information and to sign up visit www.durham.gov.uk/muddymayhem.