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Warrior Assault whole-family obstacle course returns to Holme Pierrepont


The whole-family obstacle course race Warrior Assault, which proved such a hit last year, is back for more in 2019 with the first of two events being staged on June 9th at Holme Pierrepont Country Park.

Warrior Assault consists of over 30 obstacles, with courses for kids aged 4-11, 12-15, plus the full course for people over 16 years of age. People can enter individually or come as a team. Last year, hundreds of competitors dressed up for the race, most memorably a squad of racers all dressed as Roman Gladiators!

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Jack Garner, Contract Manager at Holme Pierrepont Country Park said:

“Warrior Assault was a real highlight of 2018 for us at Holme Pierrepont. We had over a thousand people on site over the course of the day, either participating or cheering on the Warriors!”

Warrior Assault family obstacle course returns to Holme Pierrepont

“With last year being such a success, it seemed natural to double up in 2019 with two events, one on June 9th and the second on September 27th.

“For the June race, we’re very proud to once again announce that Warrior Assault will be a qualifying event for 13-17 year olds for the 2019 OCR World Championships, which this year take place in Essex on October 11-13th.”

For more information about the event, visit the website – https://www.warriorassault.co.uk/nottingham/ or give the team at Holme Pierrepont a call on 0115 982 12 12.

Warrior Assault family obstacle course returns to Holme Pierrepont
Warrior Assault family obstacle course returns to Holme Pierrepont

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