Magical muddy memories

23rd July 2018

If you want to make magical muddy memories and raise money for Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice, you're in with a chance of an early bird ticket before 31 July.

Mud Madness comes to Sheffield on Saturday 13 October, bringing with it a host of muddy, wet obstacles for hundreds of people who will be wading, running and climbing their way around a six or three-kilometre route at Hesley Wood Scout Camp, Chapeltown. Raising funds for the children and young adults supported by Bluebell Wood, the day will feature the three-kilometre Family Mud Madness for anyone over the age of 11, and the five-kilometre Mud Madness for participants aged 17 and over. Rachel Hodges, Senior Events Fundraiser, Bluebell Wood, said: -We're so excited to be part of Mud Madness Sheffield, which will be a fabulous fun-filled day for everyone. This is the perfect chance to dive in, make some magical muddy memories and help Bluebell Wood families make their own special memories, whether they have days, months or years left together. -Tickets will be on sale until 5 October, but anyone who moves fast could still get an early bird ticket before 31 July. Summer Early Bird tickets are available until 31 July at £16.50 for 11 to 16 year olds and £25 for 17 years plus. From 1 August - Friday 5 October, entry fees will be £17.50 for 11-16 year olds and £30 for over 17s. To book your place on Mud Madness please visit: For more ideas to help 290 children and young adults whose lives are just too short, please visit

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