Enfield Pretty Muddy Kids 2021
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Enfield Pretty Muddy Kids
Saturday 9 Oct 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.
The meeting point is on the main avenue half way between Go Ape and the Animal Hospital.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, we will be operating a staggered start time in 2021 to ensure your safety on event day. Additional start times may become available as or when needed.
The closest tube stations to this event are Cockfosters (15minute walk) and Oakwood. Oakwood is an accessible station which is a 20minute walk to the event.
There is no parking at this event and cars parked illegally may be ticketed.
The Enfield 5K route is a single lap which starts on the tree lined avenue within Trent Country Park. It then moves to the grass and woodland areas where there are a few hills. The terrain of the course is predominantly on grass and woodland paths with only a small section on tarmac. The course is beautiful and scenic. 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.)
Due to the nature of this event and the obstacles this event is not wheelchair accessible. Those with vision impairments are welcome to take part with a guide.
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.