Muddy good fun at Doddington for Insane Terrain
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Muddy, soaking wet and laughing all the way round - photos of people taking part in an Insane Terrain event in Doddington say it all.
The weekend’s antics helped raise funds for East Anglian Childrens Hospices (EACH).
Organiser James Welcher said: “There is one condition when you enter an Insane Terrain event and you will see why in all the pictures - it’s all about fun.
“It is fun packed with lots of obstacle, mud and water for all.
“Over the weekend I reckon more than 3,000 people were on site. It was a great success.”
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On Saturday it was the family fun day with the 3km obstacle course then on Sunday for 16 years and over the 5km or 10km course.
“With up to 30 obstacles man made and natural for some muddy good fun.”
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On Saturday afternoon children from Westwood Junior and their families enjoyed the course as part of the school’s family learning festival.
Insane Terrain has off road races and are designed to offer wading in water, climbing over obstacles or sliding in mud.
The courses are suitable for all abilities and as a reward for your efforts entrants receive a bag stuffed with an Insane Terrain t-shirt and other goodies.