Carlisle Pretty Muddy Kids 2021
Carlisle Pretty Muddy Kids
Sunday 5 Sep 2021
£10.00 Children | £0.00 Supervising Adult
Race for Life Pretty Muddy Kids is our brilliant muddy obstacle course just for the little ones. They can take on the obstacles, crawl through the mud pit and have fun with friends, all the while helping raise valuable funds for life-saving research.
Please note, all children taking part must be at least 1.2m tall on day of event.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we’ll be operating a staggered start time in 2021 to ensure your safety on event day. Additional start times may become available as/when needed.
There is parking available at the Devonshire Walks Car park, just across the road from the start line in Bitts Park. Please note, this is a pay and display car park. However, to look after our environment, we encourage you to car share or take public transport where possible. The start is approximately a 10 minute walk from the city centre and 15 minutes from Carlisle train station. There are a number of bus services that stop just a short walk from Bitts Park. Please use the ‘Plan a Journey’ pages of cumbria.gov.uk to plan your journey.
The Carlisle course is a flat all the way round, mostly running on smooth paths and grass. You will run around the newly renovated Sheepmount Stadium before heading back into the beautiful garden and bursting with wildlife woodlands of Bitts Park. There are lots of fun and muddy obstacles along the way to get you ‘pretty muddy’.
All of our Pretty Muddy Kids events are approximately 5km. Adults accompanying children will run alongside the course but will not be allowed to take part on the obstacles.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of this the obstacles in this event, it is unsuitable for wheelchair users.
Please note, whilst we hope we can open our events to families and friends supporting on the day, this may not be possible due to government guidelines around COVID-19. Please refer to the section ‘ how we are keeping you safe’ https://raceforlife.cancerresearchuk.org/your-safety for further updates.