Looking for a place
Sign up now and guarantee your place with CLIC Sargent in 2018.
This could help to pay for a family to stay in one of CLIC Sargent’s Homes from Home. CLIC Sargent's Homes from Home provide free self-catering accommodation near to specialist children's cancer treatment centres, which are often miles from a family's own home.
Tough Mudder Midlands runs over two weekends, weekend one (12 May) or weekend two (19 and 20 May). Please select the relevant booking option on the registration form.
Sign up a team of four or more at the same time and receive a 20% discount on the registration fee.
Already got a place?
Have you already signed up and secured your own place in Tough Mudder Midlands? You can still join our team and support young cancer patients. Sign up with your own place and just raise what you can.
Join Team CLIC Sargent
When you run for us, we tailor our fundraising and training support specifically to you. Tell us what you need and we’ll get on it. By running for us, you’re helping to make a difference for children and young people with cancer. The least we can do is show you how much we appreciate it.
- You'll have free access to our online training zone
- We'll send you a snazzy CLIC Sargent running vest
- We’ll shower you with advice, ideas and materials to get the money rolling in, and if you ever need us we’re only a phone call away.
Your children can get involved in the muddy madness too! Mini mudder is a one mile obstacle run designed specifically for adventure - seeking kids. The course gives them the chance to work as a team, get muddy and experience the thrill of adventure.
To participate children must be between the age of seven - 12, over 3.5ft tall and accompanied by an adult with a spectator ticket.
Get your mini mudder place from Tough Mudder HQ, join our team and then ask them to raise as much as they can for CLIC Sargent.
Just £33 can pay for a family to stay in a CLIC Sargent Home from Home for a night. Our Homes from Home allow families to stay close to their child while they undergo treatment, sometimes many miles from home.