The marvellous Mojo Muddy Madness event returns on Saturday 30th March and this time we are supporting local schools! Many local schools bring their students to Mojo Active for our outdoor educational programmes and we’d like to “give back”. We hope everyone will get involved as for every ticket sold, we will donate £1 to your nominated local school. So whether you take on the slightly easier 2k course or choose to go for it over the 5k distance, rope in family & friends for this fantastic, family, fun event! All participants receive a Mojo Muddy Madness Hero medal!
Bookings are now closed - good luck to all those running
This March there will be 2 course options around the Mojo Active fields in Almondsbury (5 mins from Cribbs Causeway):
The 5k course features mud pits, tunnels, ditches mud slides, leopard crawls, water pits, tyre obstacles and straw bale climbs. The 2k course includes a short section through an optional shallow stream and some muddy ditches. Start and finish of all the races will be at Mojo Active.
Available on site:
Don’t forget we will donate £1 for each ticket you buy to the local school nominated on your booking form, so please do get as many people to join you so we can raise much needed funds for your schools.
The 5k event:
The 2k event:
All participants will receive a Mojo Medal and there will be prizes for quickest runners.
“I just wanted to say how much both our kids loved Muddy Madness. Holly was SO pleased to be able to wade through streams and slip over in mud. She enjoyed every second of her 1 hour, 9 minutes and 41 seconds on the course and wants to come back and do it all over again. I also wanted to say a big thank you to your lovely marshals who looked after Sam’s favourite hat and kept it safe and who went and found my two 9 year olds (Holly and her friend Arthur) who were trailing behind at the back and encouraged them through the last few obstacles. They were so patient and good humoured. My favourite comment came from Holly when she was climbing up the muddy bank out of the stream. The marshal, who had waded through the stream with her, offered her a helping hand. With a huge grin on her face she said ‘NO, I can DO it by myself!’. Afterwards I watched him pour the water out of his wellies, but he was still smiling.”