Hundreds of competitors have today completed the JCB Fun Run in Staffordshire, raising over £40,000 for charity.
The event, now in its second year, attracted 1,000 entrants – double last year’s field – for the five-mile endurance course, which raised cash for the NSPCC.
The JCB Mud run took place on land owned by the company near to its World Headquarters in Rocester, Staffordshire.
The course featured a 100ft long underground mud tunnel, cargo nets, rope swings, monkey bars and plenty of mud.
More than £30,000 has been raised in a mud fun run organised by JCB.
The event took place at a five-mile course featuring over 20 obstacles, near to the grounds of the firm's headquarters in Rocester in Staffordshire.
Around 500 people, including employees and members of the public, took part. The money raised will go towards the company's £1 million NSPCC appeal to support Carole House, a specialist centre in Newcastle-under-Lyme.