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Summer Wolf Run

Summer brings our next Wolf Run challenge. Set in the grounds of the striking Stanford Hall estate, Leicestershire.

Wild springs and dense woodland make this course both beautiful and challenging. Intricate trails, lakes and streams are combined with impressive man made structures to provide you with a tough full body work out. The infamous Mud Sucker obstacle is the highlight for many Wolf Runners... drawing out the pack support mentality in all.

The Summer Wolf has a festival feel with a large event village hosting a range of exhibitors; live bands, DJs, Wolf pack bar, food stalls and plenty of other entertainment for friends and family to enjoy.

Enter the Summer Wolf

Camping - (Booking Coming Soon)

Camping facilities including showers, ladies and gents toilets, drinking water taps and parking

Prices per Person (Prices correct 06/2016)

Adult £10/night or £15/night without pre-booking
Child £5/night for 6-14 years
Infant Free for 0-5 years

Friday night: Although the campsite will be open and in full swing for Friday night, there will be no official entertainment or access to the Wolf Run venue. The tent pitches are adjacent to the Stanford Hall Caravan Park which has a convenience shop and further facilities.

Saturday night: Campsite guests have full access to the Wolf Run venue where a night of live bands and DJs will make for an exciting party atmosphere. We will have lots going on for people wanting to celebrate after running or those looking to soak up the experience before taking part on Sunday!

Map & Directions

This Event’s Partner Charity

www.bch.org.uk

Imagine you are 5 years old and going into hospital tomorrow. Hospital’s bewildering, scary and unsettling for anyone but especially for children and that is why Birmingham Children’s Hospital is a fundraising hospital.

Whether it’s £5 to fund some crayons and colouring books whilst waiting for test results, or £42,000 for a lifesaving machine that operates as a mechanical heart. Charitable donations are key to making us what we are: a centre of paediatric excellence that the whole country depends on. Our aim for the 250,000 children that we treat each year is that their family knows our care of their child is our most precious priority.

You can choose exactly where your fundraising goes. Why not light the way for children with rare diseases and raise sponsorship to help to fund the first children’s rare diseases centre in the UK. Whatever you choose we look forward to welcoming you to the team.

Our website is www.bch.org.uk