Could you take on the ninja obstacle course that is coming to Leeds?
Always fancied yourself as a bit of a ninja?
Maybe you used to sneak around the house, hide from your parents and stealthily steal biscuits from the cupboard?
If you did any of these things, then this event which is on its way to Leeds is perfect for you, and it's all for a great cause, with funds raised going to St Gemma's Hospice.
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The Leeds ninja challenge is heading to Harewood House in Leeds this Saturday, but you'll have to be quick if you want to take part, as places are filling quickly.
The course will test your speed and agility as well as your nerve over a 5k course, forcing you to scramble through nets, through the rat run tubes, up and over obstacles, down slides and much more in the hope of crowning yourself ninja champion.
The event is suitable for adults and children but height restrictions are in place. You also receive a FREE ninja T-shirt and bandana when you register.
PricesAdults (17+) Â£22Children (3 – 16 years) Â£10Family (2x Adults and 2x Children) Â£50For full details, times and registration information, click here.