Get ready to get grubby!

The Awhitu Fun Mud Challenge is back again this year, and is expected to be more filthy than ever.
Organised and created by Awhitu School Students last year, this event has been offered the very worthy Awhitu Rural Fire Force as their fundraiser.
The unique course is 3km long and winds its way over some fantastically filthy terrain.
The challenge will be held on Saturday, September 26, at 336 Hatton Road, Awhitu Peninsula and is open to the community, with organisers encouraging families to enter.
For entry forms and more information, contact: awhiturun@gmail.com, or visit Sunset Surf and Turf in Waiuku.
Entries close Monday, September 21.

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