Mansfield Woodhouse activist ready for Pretty Muddy Race for Life charity challenge

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A Mansfield Woodhouse community activist and company director is taking on yet another charity challenge.

Maria Gibson-Fisher (49), who is a director and operations manager at Untapped Resources, will take on the 5km Pretty Muddy Race for Life at Clumber Park on Sunday.

Maria, a self-confessed non-athlete, said: “I am doing the Pretty Muddy for Cancer Research UK because my partner has prostate cancer.

“I want to raise at least £500 and hope people will sponsor me by going to my online fundraising page”

The mum of three and grandma of four, says she has never done anything like this before, hasn’t done a lot of training and is totally unfit.

She added: “It’s supposed to be a fun run so I am going to just go and do it.”

Untapped Resources is an award-winning community interest company based in Mansfield who support local people by offering work-based learning opportunities.