The Maldon Mud Race 2017
 
Maldon High Street Shopping Guide

 

Maldon Mud Race 2016

The 2017 MALDON MUD RACE will be held on SUNDAY MAY 7

in 2016, 20,000 visitors watched the 250 competitors battle it out to be the first to cross the muddy blackwater at low tide and return again and £55,000 was given to the chosen charities.[1]

Details of the 2017 event will be published here when available.

If you wish to take part you will find details on the Mud Race website

 

 

 

[1] Source: maldonmudrace.com 28/09/2016

 

 

The Maldon Mud Race is an annual event in which competitors race to be the first to complete a 400 metre dash over over the bed of the River Blackwater

The race can only take place at low tide when the water is low enough to allow participants to run safely through the water to the opposite bank and back again

This famous event was originally held at the end of December but extremely cold weather in 2010 caused it to be postponed until the following spring. This change of date was such a great success with over 12,000 spectators that the organisers decided to make the change permanent.

The 2017 Maldon Mud Race is planned to take place on Sunday May 7 in Promenade Park Maldon CM9 5JQ.

More details of Promenade Park here

 

 

 
 
 
 
Loading
 
All Information on these pages has been compiled from information from third parties and which may be subject to change or cancellation. As we cannot be held responsible for any errors or inaccuracies you are advised to confirm details with the various organisers before embarking on a long journey
 
Places to Go
Promenade Park
Hythe Quay
Heybridge Basin

Things to Do
Boat Trips
Splash Park
Events Listing

Places to Visit
Beeleigh Abbey Gardens
The Moot Hall
Maeldune Centre
Museums

Annual Events
Maldon Mud Race
Promenade Park Fireworks
Christmas Fayre
Blackwater Country Show
Maldon Festival of Arts
Maldon Carnival
Heritage Open Days
Maldon Art Trail
MLSC Sponsored Row
Maldon Town Regatta

Local Information
Where to Stay
Where to Eat
High Street Guide
Markets
Where to park
Tourist Information Centre

Web Site
Contact us
Contributors login
Privacy & Cookies