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PKAVS Muddy Colour Mayhem 2018

5km Colourful Assault Course

5km Colour Assault Course

Errol Airfield, Perthshire

Saturday 2nd June 2018 at 10am

MUDDY COLOUR MAYHEM 2018

Do you want to get colourful? Do you want to challenge yourself? Do you want to have loads of fun?

PKAVS incredibly popular 5K colour assault course is back and this year it is going to be even bigger and more colourful!

Race your way around the challenging and exciting course which includes monkey bars, 7ft walls, tunnels, cargo nets, water obstacles, and much more, all while being showered with bright coloured dye!

Have fun on this colourful 5k assault course while doing something amazing to help local people in your community! This is a day for the whole family so runners and spectators will be able to enjoy inflatables, candy floss, food vendors, music, and more!

This year, introducing MINI MUDDY COLOUR MAYHEM! We want everyone to be able to take part in the fun so this year, for the first time, there will be a mini assault course for children aged 5+ that has all the excitement of its big brother, but is, well MINI!

TICKET PRICES

Ticket Price
Adult Individual (16+)£25
Child Individual (8-15 accompanied by an adult)£20
Adult Team Member (16+)£20
Child Team Member (8-15 accompanied by an adult)£15
Mini Colour Mayhem (Primary 1 - Primary 7)£12.50

WHO ARE PKAVS?

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We are a long established and diverse charity supporting thousands of people across Perth & Kinross every year. We don’t have a single group of people that we help; instead we work to enhance peoples’ lives across many different communities, including unpaid young and adult carers, adults with recovering from mental ill-health, minority communities, volunteers, the voluntary sector, and adults with limited mobility.

Through one-to-one sessions, groups, trips, holidays, respite, advice, clinics, complimentary therapies, advocacy, training, signposting, activities, and much more, we work with local people to support them to lead lives that they might not otherwise be able to live because of the hurdles and challenges they experience day-to-day.