I love a good run and it’s something I try to encourage my children to do too.
They’ve already watched me run a few races and we’ve even been on a few runs together around our local area. They even took part in a family fun 1k run a short while ago.
I think it’s so important to encourage children to get active and that’s why I wanted to share with you the NSPCC’s Messathon!
As per the title of this post, it’s a messtastic obstacle course!
There are three dates set across Surrey, Bristol and Aldenham.
Families with children aged 4+, can become Messathletes to support each other as they splatter through 2.5km of mud, swoosh along the water slide and scramble over hay bales!
How much fun does that sound?! What kid doesn’t love getting messy!
All messathletes will be kitted out in Messathon t-shirts and once you’ve finished the course, the venues themselves have plenty to offer and there’s a village with lots of delicious hot food, so you can really make a day of it!
So why not get the whole family together, get sponsored and get ready to make some messy memories!
Every penny you raise will help NSPCC be there for children – whatever obstacles life puts in their way.
There is an entry fee of £15.50 per adult and £9.50 per child, plus a fundraising target of £200.
For more information and to book your place visit: www.nspcc.org.uk/messathon
This weekend I’m also taking part in the Women’s Running 5K race series for the NSPCC. If you’d like to sponsor me, you can find my Just Giving page here.
For 25% off your basket for the Bristol event use the following code: BLOGM25