Hell Runner - Hell Up North

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Do you live in the North West and are looking for a running event to take part in to raise money for Alder Hey Children’s Charity? Or are you simply looking for a charity event to take part in that will challenge you like you’ve never been challenged before? Look no further! Even if you don’t live up north, there’s a separate event for those based down south.

Billed as the UK's toughest half marathon, HellRunner prides itself on being the most epic, muddiest challenge of your life. This one is not about beating the clock; it's about conquering the course and embracing Mother Nature!

If you have taken part in muddy running events before, take our word for it – you are yet to experience anything like HellRunner. The bar in extreme mud runs has been set to a new level, and according to the HellRunner website…

“Epic will not describe your experience. We’ll have you in tears… pain and laughter in equal doses actually. Pyro, fun run, Liverpool’s largest drum ensemble (Katumba), hose wash, fabulous finish line rewards. It just doesn’t stop… but will you?”

You'll be glad when you've finished, but as a charity challenge your friends will probably prefer to sponsor you than join you on the start line...

 

Hell Up North date

Saturday 13th October 2018 at Delamere Forest in Cheshire.

 

There's much more info about both events on the HellRunner website.

4 steps to do HellRunner for Alder Hey

  1. Register for your chosen HellRunner event directly. Then email us or call us on 0151 252 5716 with your name, address and details of what you're doing.
  2. Set up a free online donation page to give friends, family and colleagues a really easy way to sponsor you. Try Justgiving, Virgin Money Giving or My Donate - they all automatically transfer the money you've raised to us after your event.
  3. Check out our downloads page for a fundraising packs and an offline sponsorship form.
  4. Spread the word! Use your social networks and community organisations to let people know what you're doing. You can tag us on Facebook and Twitter, too!
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