Challenging Disability Through Outdoor Adventure



Young Cameron gets muddy for Calvert Trust Kielder

5 Year Old Cameron Cassidy took part in the Mud Kids Run on Sunday 30 October raising over £200 for Calvert Trust Kielder.

Cameron Cassidy Mud Run

Cameron Cassidy completed a Mud Kids Run in Dorking on 30 October. He chose to do the Mud Run for Calvert Trust Kielder after a close family friend started her fundraising for the Virgin Money London Marathon 2017.  The 2.5 mile mud run was held in Dorking, Surrey during Halloween Weekend and saw many in fancy dress. Cameron chose to wear his Calvert Trust Kielder Tshirt but had to remove it for the race simply because even a small was just to big for him.

 

Cameron Mud RunCameron's Mum, Katherine said of Cameron and the Mud Run ' He had a great time, climbing over, under and through various obstacles, wading through water and sliding down a man made waterslide'

Cameron has raised over £200 from his mud run and now wants to continue on his fundraising efforts and is thinking about a bake sale next.

 

Charlotte Gaunt, Fundraiser at the Calvert Trust Kielder said 'We were so pleased when we heard Cameron wanted to take part in a mud run! Outdoor adventure is exactly what we are about and getting muddy is part of the fun. We are so proud of Cameron's achievements and the great sum of money he raised! Well Done Cameron!'

 

 

 

If, like Cameron, you would like to take part in a fundraising activity visit our Team Calvert page or email the Fundraising Team for ideas and events.

 

 


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