Mud Madness Sheffield Getting Nice and Muddy

13th February 2019

Saturday 30th March 2019 Hesley Wood Scout Activity Centre, Chapeltown, Sheffield Sheffield Chamber President, Steve Manley, and past Presidents John Hayward and Yuri Matischen are amongst the many growing mud lovers signed up for Sheffield's inaugural Mud-Madness challenge on 30th March 2019.

The mud is getting deeper on the wonderfully enclosed Hesley Woods, which provides a wonderful, safe country environment. Why not consider Mud madness for a great team-building event, which is affordable and accessible to allplease join us!! The event includes a three-kilometre Family Mud Madness for anyone over 11, and a five-kilometre Mud Madness for participants aged 17 and over. Please enter and choose to support Bluebell Wood Hospice, South Yorkshire's only children's hospice. To book a place on Mud Madness please use the link: https://www.myraceentries.co.uk/mudmadness/EntryForm.aspx

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