Muddy time had by all at Wolf Run

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-103040001
Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-103040001

Mud and water provided a backdrop of fun for 20 Let’s Play staff and parents who took on last weekend’s Wolf Run in Warwickshire.

Let’s Play provides leisure opportunities for disabled young people and took on the muddy challenge to raise money for activities the charity supports. Nearly £3,000 was raised.

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-102933001

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-102933001

Sammy Bates, from the charity, said: “It was a great team experience.

“We had staff and families so it was good to get to know the families you see every day but don’t get to see the social side of.

“We helped each other climb walls and swim through lakes. It was extremely wet and muddy.”

She added most of those taking part hadn’t done anything like the Wolf Run before.

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-103001001

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-103001001

“It was a lot of fun and was very funny. One of us lost a shoe and had to complete the rest of it with one shoe,” Mrs Bates said.

The Wolf Run is a 10km course along woodland trails and through deep water crossings.

Participants cross the finish line to collect their finisher’s T-shirt. For more, visit thewolfrun.com/info/.

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-103014001

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-103014001

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-103027001

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-103027001

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-102947001

Lets Play playworkers, their partners, parents of young people who attend Lets Play and friends from the community, ran the Wolf Run to raise funds to provide activities for the young people the charity supports. NNL-160609-102947001