News: Gauntlet Games for Donkeys

Posted on 29th March 2017

“Have some fun this summer”!

 

Join Safe Haven for Donkeys for the Gauntlet Games.

A 5k inflatable obstacle course that will have you laughing all the way round!

We have 20 places available but they will go fast so book yours now!

 

This is your chance to become a gameshow hero.

HOW
· 5k course
· Join as group or individual, no mim/max numbers
· Real Gladiators
· Huge rope swing onto an air bag to finish in true Gladiator style
· Bouncing belly slide
· Climb, Splash and Crash in the water zone
· Giant Inflatable zone complete with foam

COST
£30 for your ticket plus just £100 minimum sponsorship.
WHEN
Sat 29 July 2017
WHERE
Hyde Estate, Horsham Road
Handcross, RH17 6DS
TIME   09:30 – 12:30

 

Saturday 29th July 9:30-12:30

 

£30 for your ticket plus £100 minimum sponsorship.

 

Contact: Hayley Bradbury on 01444 470128 or email hayley@safehaven4donkeys.org

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