Islanders are having the chance to get very muddy in a fun run in Jersey.
The event is taking place at a field near La Hougue Bie and is being organised by the Lions Club of Jersey.
Competitors are having the chance to take on a three or five kilometre course that will ensure they get very dirty to raise funds for charity.
The Lions Club, which also organises Jersey's longest running charity fundraiser the Swimarathon, have taken inspiration for the event from other groups in the UK.
The Lions Club of Jersey was originally set up in 1963 with groups based in more than 170 countries across the globe.
The organisation was set up by Melvin Jones in the USA in 1917 as a way for successful businessmen to give back to their local communities.
Today's (Saturday 14 September) Muddy Fun Run in Jersey, is allowing anyone below the age of 13 to go along the three kilometre course with an adult. Those over 13-years-of-age will be allowed to go on the five kilometre run.