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Take on Push it for the Peace challenge in Cassiobury Park for the Peace Hospice
Thrill-seekers are being invited to "Push it for the Peace" by tackling a challenging five-mile obstacle course in Cassiobury Park, Watford, on Sunday, September 22.
"Push it for the Peace" is the biggest event of its kind in south west Hertfordshire.
First held in 2012, the event has doubled in size this year and organisers anticipate 1,000 people tackling the five mile route which will take in 34 natural and man-made obstacles.
New this year is the Push it Village, where participants and spectators can enjoy live music, food and refreshments throughout the day.
Event Manager Peter Watson said: "Push it for the Peace isn't about how quickly you make it to the finish line; it's just about making it to the finish line.
"People will be putting themselves through all sorts of crazy challenges, running through rivers, trudging through thick mud, all in aid of the Peace Hospice."
Push it for the Peace is ideal for experienced runners looking for a new challenge, colleagues looking for a team building opportunity or individuals and friends who just want to have fun. Early registration costs £25 but donations and sponsorship are encouraged.
Participants must be 16 or older on the day of Push it for the Peace.
To register visit www.peacehospice.org.uk or contact the events team on 01923 335371 or email@example.com.
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