Saturday 5th October sees the return of Mojo Active’s Muddy Madness race, held at the Mojo Active outdoor activity centre in Almondsbury [map]. Young and old can enjoy taking on a 5km or a 2km course featuring some wet and muddy obstacles, and for every ticket sold, Mojo Active will donate £1 to your selected local school.
This will be the sixth Muddy Madness event, which in the past has supported The Lord Mayor of Bristol’s Christmas Appeal, Comic Relief and Southmead Hospital’s ICU department. This year, Mojo Active would like to give back to local schools – many of which have taken a class or the whole school to Mojo Active to enjoy either a curriculum-based activity session, or an enrichment session.
Mark Johnson, Mojo Active’s director, states:
“As a learning outside the classroom accredited venue, Mojo Active has run school programmes for thousands of local school children, bringing to life many classroom topics spanning the Vikings, the Romans, world wars, space, science, countries, water, and many more topics. We’ve also put together activity sessions to integrate new Year 7 starters, hosted many Year 6 leavers’ parties, woodland learning sessions and school activity clubs, as well as running termly secondary school enrichment programmes. We hope this year’s Mojo Muddy Madness event will be our biggest yet and in this way we can raise lots of money to benefit our local schools.”
The Mojo Muddy Madness 5km course is suitable for anyone aged 7+ years and features mud slides, cargo nets, leopard crawls and more. The 2km course is ideal for younger children or individuals wanting a shorter distance and there will be an optional water obstacle to tackle. On site there will be other activities, raffle, refreshments, free parking and bag drop.
For more information about the 2019 Mojo Muddy Madness and to purchase tickets (£10/£5) for the event, follow this link: www.mojoactive.co.uk/muddy-madness
Mojo Active will donate £1 for every ticket purchased on each booking form to the local school nominated on the booking form.
The Mojo Muddy Madness race will be a fantastic community event and all local schools are encouraged to participate.
This article originally appeared in the October 2019 issue of the Bradley Stoke Journal magazine (on page 35). The magazine is delivered FREE, EVERY MONTH (except August), to ALL 8,700 homes in Bradley Stoke. Phone 01454 300 400 to enquire about advertising or leaflet insertion.
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