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Mud ‘n’ Madness challenge set for this weekend

15:50 05 February 2013

The Crawley sisters took part last year

The Crawley sisters took part last year

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Fit fundraisers are set to get down and dirty tomorrow (Saturday) for the St Francis Hospice Mud ‘n’ Madness 7km assault course challenge.

Participants face an 800m canoe trip, a 1,400m run, a river crossing, an obstacle course and a final 2,400m sprint.

The event will take place in Stubbers Adventure Centre, in Ockendon Road, Upminster.

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