CHILDREN’S charity the NSPCC is looking for children with a fondness for getting mucky to sign up to the Lidl Mudder challenge which takes place this weekend (Saturday and Sunday) alongside Tough Mudder at Broughton Hall, Skipton.

Lidl Mudder is a one-mile course packed full of obstacles for children aged five to 12 years old. It includes a laser maze, a mini Everest and monkey swing - and is described as a ‘great opportunity to get muddy and make memories, all for a good cause’.

Lidl Mudder is a kids-only version of Tough Mudder which sees adults take on either the ten or five mile challenges, battling through a series of mud-filled obstacles and runs.

Lidl is the official partner of Tough Mudder and also supports the NSPCC’s Childline service, having committed to raise £2m over two years for the service.

Elaine Kaye, NSPCC community fundraising manager explained: “Now that restrictions are starting to lift, what better time to embrace the outdoors and enjoy getting covered in mud, all while doing something life-changing for children.

“A child contacts Childline every 25 seconds and it costs £4 to answer their call for help. By raising money for the NSPCC, you could help us be there for children when they feel they have no one else to turn to.”

To take part, visit: and book a place for just £10, then start fundraising.

The charity is also appealing for volunteers to help out, email: