Ripon’s St Wilfrid’s RC Primary School staged the 10th Muddy Boots 10k on Sunday.
The popular fundraiser took runners from far and wide over undulating farmland, paths and trails,
The fun run welcomed children and adults of all ages and was followed by the 10k, which was won by Harrogate Harrier Andy Grant in 35.10.
And first woman home was Heidi Dent, from Howgill Harriers, who broke the women’s course record in 39.10.
A field of more than 80 fun runners was topped by former St Wilfrid’s pupil Callum Mitchell and first girl home was Millie Lock.