The first annual Cotswold Petroleum Charity Mud Run is taking place on Saturday 13th July and this year, they have chosen to host it in aid of Great Western Air Ambulance Charity.
The action-packed event will take place at Freestyle 360 at Sheaf House Farm in Blockley, with a 4.5km course packed full of some tricky and muddy obstacles for your team to tackle.
The team at Cotswold Petroleum said: “We have chosen to support Great Western Air Ambulance Charity because they offer an essential service and a vital lifeline to the rural community that we live and work in.”
Great Western Air Ambulance Charity provide the critical care and air ambulance service to Gloucestershire and surrounding areas including Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset.
Holly Adlem, Corporate Partnerships Coordinator at GWAAC, said: ” A big thank you to Cotswold Petroleum for choosing GWAAC as their Mud Run charity partner! As Gloucestershire’s dedicated air ambulance, it’s fantastic to have the support of this local business and all of the people taking part.
“We rely on our community to help us raise the £3 million we need each year to stay operational. The money raised through the event will help us to provide critical care to those who need it the most – saving more lives.”
Entry for the event is just £25 for adults and £10 for children between 5 – 16 years, who must be accompanied by an adult. Individual entries are welcome, and for teams there is a mximum of 15 people.
We’ll be there to cheer you along every step of the way. If you’re interested in signing up, you can download the registration forms here.