Join us for a Tough Mudder set among the stunning scenery and tricky terrain of the Holmbush Farm Estate in Faygate.
19 September 2020
19 September 2020
19 August 2020
Minimum fundraising target
After the huge success of 2019, we've decided to continue the 5k Tough Mudder course for 2020. Join Team Mind for a day of obstacle fun, teamwork and party vibes you won't get anywhere else.
As well as brand new obstacles, a new course and plenty of mud, you can look forward to partying into the afternoon with bars, food stalls and music to help you celebrate with your team.
Step up to the challenge for Mind and help make sure no one faces a mental health problem alone.
To get started with your fundraising, we recommend setting up a fundraising page with JustGiving or Virgin Money Giving. Your sponsors pay directly through your page, and we automatically receive your sponsorship money.
As part of Team Mind we'll support you all the way! You'll get:
If you have any questions about event day or preparing for your Tough Mudder event, you might find it helpful to read the Tough Mudder FAQs.
For general queries about fundraising for Mind, you might find your answer in our Fundraising FAQs.
Or you can send us an email using the link below, or give us a call on 0300 999 3887 and we'll be more than happy to help.
Once you're registered with Mind, you'll then be sent an email notification from Tough Mudder asking you to complete your official registration with them, creating an account on Active.com.
Please make sure you compete your official registration as soon as you receive the email as the link will expire.
To guarantee that your team all receive the same start time, please make sure you have completed your official registration and are linked with your teammates on Active.com at least one month before your event.
"As someone with Bipolar Disorder, fundraising for Mind has been an incredible experience. It has been an absolute honour to run for Mind again this year and I could not be more proud."
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