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The Gold Geese Nuclear Races event is a private mud run with obstacles, where participants will wade through muddy trenches, whizz down slides and navigate rope ladders and swings to complete the 2k course.

The Gold Geese Nuclear Races event is a private mud run with obstacles, where participants will wade through muddy trenches, whizz down slides and navigate rope ladders and swings to complete the 2k course.

The Gold Geese Nuclear Races event is a private mud run with obstacles, where participants will wade through muddy trenches, whizz down slides and navigate rope ladders and swings to complete the 2k course.

LEIGH children’s cancer support charity Gold Geese is hosting a sports fundraising event with a difference on Sunday April 30..

The Gold Geese Nuclear Races event is a private mud run with obstacles, where participants will wade through muddy trenches, whizz down slides and navigate rope ladders and swings to complete the 2k course.

Participants can take part as individuals, families or teams, and entry is free but each person must raise a minimum of £50 for Gold Geese.

Katie Southgate, Gold Geese founder, said: “Community fundraising events like Nuclear Races are key for us as we receive no government funding.

“If you’re looking for a fun, physical team-building or family event and you’re up for mud, glorious mud, come and join us!

“You’ll come away smiling, muddy and having helped local families affected by childhood cancer.”

The event will take place at 10.30am, Sunday 30 April in Brentwood, Essex.

Children aged 10+ are welcome to join if accompanied by an adult.

To sign up visit: https://www.njuko.net/goldgeese/select_competition

For more information about the charity or to learn the signs and symptoms of childhood cancer visit www.goldgeese.org.

 

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