Heroic Obstacle Course 2018

Heroic Obstacle Course 2018

07 Jul 2018 09:00 - 07 Jul 2018 23:00
Lower Farm, Brightlingsea, CO7 0SU

Email: treehouse@each.org.uk

Name: The EACH Suffolk & East Essex Fundraising Team

Phone: 01473 917965

heroic event eachAre you ready to be HEROIC?
 5km - The Ultimate Challenge.

Run, crawl, jump and drag yourself to victory! Face a range of obstacles including a double see-saw, half pipes, a tyre run, barbed wire crawl and a few surprises!

Read important information here We have three different wave times for you to choose form
  • First Wave (11am)
  • Second Wave (12noon)
  • Third Wave (1pm)

All entry includes a headband and medal. Minimum age is 12.
Early bird price ends Sunday ​27th May. 

  • Adult (16+ yrs) £20. Early Bird price £17.50
  • Child (12-15yrs) £10. Early Bird price £7.50
  • Team (min 6 people) £17.50pp. Early Bird price £16pp
  • Family (2 adults & 2 children) £50. Early Bird price £45

Please choose a wave time with your ticket purchase.

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