Will your child conquer the course to help cure type 1 diabetes?
Children and young people aged 4-18 can take on our thrilling 2.5km course, obliterating obstacles, dodging mud and getting covered in colour! This event features ten obstacles for children and young people to conquer, all while raising money to support type 1 diabetes research. So why not spray paint your hair to get in the mood, or bring a picnic and make a day of it!
Want more of a challenge? Go around the course again, and again! There will be a 20 minute cut off for you to have started your last lap.
Please note, children under eight must be accompanied by an adult. There must be at least one adult per five children under eight.
Register online and pay £15 per child and £5 per participating adult.
Groups of six or more 4-18 year olds get a discounted rate of £10 per child. Can you get a team of 10+?
What it includes
• A medal for finishing
• A fun new challenge for your children!
Get the children sponsored and see if you can reach the targets we have set for some free prizes*. Download a sponsorship form here, or contact the office and we can send you one in the post.
Get a team together, no matter the size and sign up now. Raise a minimum of £150 (based on a team of 5) and gain free entrance into the park, Thomas Land and the Zoo. Not only that, the top fundraiser will win a family night stay at Drayton Manor Hotel as well as park tickets*, so you can visit again.
*All sponsorship must be raised online by 13 September 2019 before the event to get the free prizes. Set up your JustGiving page here.
Targets per child:
£100 of fundraising – JDRF silicon wrist band
£250 – head band and sweat band
£500 – One Fun Run t-shirt
Get in touch
Speak to the Team for more information – email [email protected] or call 0121 685 7102.
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