Glusburn school mums raise money for Cancer Research

Glusburn school mums raise money for Cancer Research

Mums and teachers from Glusburn Primary School's Muddylicious team who will tackle the assault course (6905327)

Mums and teachers from Glusburn Primary School's Muddylicious team who will tackle the assault course (6905314)

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PARENTS in Glusburn had a muddy good cup of coffee.

They held a coffee morning at the school in advance of their charity obstacle course attempt.

Mothers of pupils at Glusburn Primary School, along with female staff members, are taking part in Cancer Research UK’s latest fundraising drive.

They will attempt the five-kilometre Pretty Muddy obstacle course in the grounds of Temple Newsam in Leeds next Saturday, June 28.

The aim of the event is to “climb, jog or walk all over cancer” while raising sponsorship money.

Proceeds of the coffee morning will also go to Cancer Research UK.

In support of the school’s team, known as Muddylicious, children and staff wore pink and brown during the day of the coffee morning.

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