Tough Mudder

Tough Mudder is a series of obstacle and mud runs that will push your physical limits without the pressure of competition. It's a community built on teamwork and overcoming obstacles, where stepping outside your comfort zone is the reward. When was the last time you did something for the first time?  

Hestia has limited charity places in their 5km adventure, featuring 13 team-work inspired obstacles packed into a 5km run. Obstacles include Everest, Kiss of Mud, Mudderhorn and Electric Shock. By the sound of these names, you should prepare for a challenge, for fun, and for lots of mud!

You can take part as an individual, where you’ll meet many others to support you along the way, or as a team. 

Register your interest for a Hestia place here (either as an individual or as a team) by signing up for a free ticket below. NOTE: Signing up for a free ticket is not confirmation of your Tough Mudder place. Our Fundraising Team will be in touch to confirm all you need to register completely.

When and Where 

West London (Henley): 21 and 22 May 2022South London (Morden Park): 13 and 14 August 2022

Registration Fee: £30 

Minimum Sponsorship: £300 

What Tough Mudder will provide: 

  • A fantastically well organised event by an experienced event provider
  • Headband, Finisher Shirt, Finisher Drink
  • Training guides tailored to your distance
  • Water stations
  • Race Results
  • Photographer on the day 

What Hestia will provide: 

  • Fundraising information and support all the way to help you smash your target!
  • Hestia branded T-shirt to compete in
  • Introduction to other Hestia participants and wider networks
  • Opportunity to promote your event on Hestia’s social media
  • Well-deserved Hestia thank you certificate after the event to display with pride and share with all your sponsors 

If you're already taking part in this challenge event, set up your own fundraising page on Hestia’s website so the money goes straight to Hestia. Or you can fundraise through the site partnered with Tough Mudder, www.gofundraise.org, and the money will be transferred to Hestia.