Cedarbarn invites you to join them on Sunday 28th May for 5k of filthy fun!
Cedarbarn, an award-winning Farm Shop and Café situated between Pickering and Thornton Le Dale, celebrates its 10th anniversary on May 28th, and will mark the occasion with a ‘Dirty Dash’ farm challenge to raise money for two local children’s charities, L.I.A.M. and The Rob Stephenson Trust.
The Dirty Dash is approximately 5km (more like 6) of mud, obstacles and fun. The race consists of three sections, starting at Cedarbarn with a few obstacles to get you in the mood, followed by a run across muddy fields, tracks and through the woods, and then finishing back at Cedarbarn with a load more obstacles to finish you off! Expect to get wet, tired and very dirty. As this is a fun event it will not be timed, but anyone wishing to time themselves is more than welcome.
All proceeds will go to two local charities, LIAM and The Rob Stephenson Trust, both of which are extremely grateful to all the runners that are willing to get filthy for them!
LIAM was set up in memory of Liam Miller, who was tragically killed in 2015. He was a passionate artist and musician and so the mission at L.I.A.M. is to provide grants to underprivileged young people who are going on to higher education, studying artistic or musical disciplines.
The Rob Stephenson Trust was set up by Sam, the brother of Rob Stephenson, who was sadly taken whilst enjoying a night out in York with friends. Rob had so much fun being part of local sports teams that Sam wanted to put something back so other young people could also enjoy these opportunities. The Trust hopes to enable young people to participate and enjoy the friendship and camaraderie that sport brings, both at home and abroad.
For full full race details please refer to the Cedarbarn website.