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About the Rat Race Dirty Weekend - Burghley House

Are you ready to take on the world’s largest obstacle course?

Children with Cancer UK have teamed up with Rat Race for the 2019 Rat Race Dirty Weekend.

The Dirty Weekend is more than obstacle course, it’s a weekend complete with camping, miles of agility challenges and a Ministry of Sound afterparty, the whole package! Choose from a variety of distances and test yourself in this beautiful setting this Rat Race at the idyllic Burghley House can’t be missed!

What to expect from Children with Cancer UK

You can be part of our team once you secure your own place in the event through Rat Race. Once you are signed up, you will receive the following support from us;

  • Fundraising Pack containing lots of fundraising advice
  • Regular emails providing top tips and information about race day.
  • A Children with Cancer UK neck buff!

Click the link below to book your place on the Rat Race Dirty Weekend website – then come back here to register with us to support Children with Cancer!

Book your Rat Race Dirty Weekend place today

Date & Location

  • Burghley House, Stamford, PE9 3JY
  • May 11, 2019
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Contact Details


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Book Your Place with Rat Race

To sign up, visit the Rat Race website by clicking the link below, then come back here to support us.

Book your place
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Set up your fundraising page!

Create a Virgin Money Giving page and raise £500 before the event date and you will get your registration fee refunded. If you raise £250 before race day you'll get free gloves!

Set up your fundraising page
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Start Your Fundraising and Training

Once you have decided that you want to support Children with Cancer UK, we will post you out your Fundraising Pack full of helpful training and fundraising advice. Fill in the form below to receive your pack!

Join the team

Once you have secured your own place in the event through the Rat Race Dirty Weekend website, complete the form below to receive your fundraising pack!

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