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Cotswold mud runners set to get dirty for charity

Where: Freestyle 360, Sheaf House Farm, Draycott Road, Blockley GL56 9DY

When: Saturday, July 13, registration from 10am

There's a chance to get dirty for charity this summer at a new mud run in a beautiful Cotswold location.

The first Cotswold Petroleum Annual Charity Mud Run is taking place at Freestyle 360 at Sheaf House Farm, Blockley, on Saturday, July 13.

The action-packed, fun-filled event is being organised in aid of Great Western Air Ambulance Charity.

The Mud Run will be set over a distance of approximately 4.5km consisting of 40 obstacles for you and your team to overcome.

Children aged 5-16 years are welcome but must be accompanied by an adult and a disclaimer signed by the parent/guardian.

Company sponsorships are available for each obstacle - any donation will be gratefully accepted - and your company banner or logo can be displayed at your chosen obstacle site.

Entry is £25 for adults and £10 for children aged 5-16. You are welcome to run as an individual or a team (maximum number in team 15 people).

A spokesman for Cotswold Petroleum said: "We hope you'll join us to support this incredibly worthwhile charity - let's get muddy!"

For more information and to download the registration forms please follow the link to the website https://cotswoldpetroleum.co.uk/blog  and click on 'latest news' or telephone the office on 01386 579579.

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