Peppa Pig’s Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children

Last week the children and I drove down to Southampton to meet with the very lovely folk from Save the Children, along with some other bloggers and their children, to take part in a special Muddy Puddle Walk. Save the Children are a fantastic charity who believe that every child should have the chance to learn, play and grow up happy and healthy - no matter where they're born. Peppa Pig's Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children is an annual fundraising event which raises money for the international children's charity. Last year 160,000 children across the UK took part and raised an incredible £243,000. This year, the charity hopes to raise even more! 

(Is it just me, or do I look the most excited about meeting Peppa and George?!)

How YOU can get involved

Between 23 and 29 April 2018, nurseries, early years groups, families and children up and down the country are being encouraged to take part in a Muddy Puddle Walk to raise money for Save the Children. It's a great way for children to explore the world around them and jump in muddy puddles, just like Peppa Pig, whilst helping a very worth cause. There are lots of ways to raise money: getting sponsors, asking for a donation from walkers to take part or selling cupcakes are just a few ideas! When you sign up you'll receive a free Muddy Puddle Walk Fundraising Pack full of Peppa Pig inspired activities, tips for great walks and fundraising ideas, along with Peppa Pig stickers to reward little walkers for taking part. 

The money raised will help Save the Children to transform the lives of vulnerable children in the UK and around the world, giving them a safe place to play and learn. Something that every child deserves. 

Our Muddy Puddle Walk

Our special Muddy Puddle Walk took place at the amazing Peppa Pig World at Paultons Park. After getting thoroughly soaked in the splash park (I'm not exaggerating, check out this photo!) we all went on an ‘eye-spy’ style adventure walk through the gardens of Paultons Park. The children got to explore and learn about the world around them and they managed to tick off all of the features as they found them.

I'm hoping to organise another Muddy Puddle Walk, locally this time, for my boys and their friends to get involved in and raise money for Save the Children. I've created a fundraising page and would be SO grateful if you could spare a few quid to donate to our efforts! Thank you!

And of course, if your little ones want to get involved in Peppa Pig's Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children, you can sign them up here


  1. Our childminder is taking part this year, Zoe is so excited and asking everyone to sponsor her, even strangers on the bus, not awkward at all. lol

    1. Oh how adorable! Gotta love children for dropping us into awkward situations haha!x


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