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Mud N Madness challenge will benefit Saint Francis Hospice

13:37 04 January 2013

Muddy mayhem awaits anyone brave enough to take on the Mud n Madness challenge in aid of a hospice.

The sponsored race is in aid of Saint Francis Hospice, Havering-atte-Bower which provides support to anyone with life-limiting illnesses.

Anyone up for it will be putting themselves through a gruelling 7.5km challenge complete with rivers, obstacles and lots of mud.

The challenge will take place on February 9 at the Stubbers Adventure Centre, Upminster.

Thrill seekers can sign-up at www.onestepbeyond.org.uk with places costing £35 but team discounts are available.

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