Horsham 10th Pancake Race
REGISTER YOUR TEAMS NOW FOR THE TENTH ANNUAL HORSHAM ROTARY CHARITY PANCAKE RACES
Have fun, support charities and promote your organisation’s role in the local community .
All local Horsham businesses, charities and other organisations are invited to enter teams of four people (preferably in fancy dress) to compete in the tenth annual Horsham Rotary Charity Pancake Races to be held in the Carfax at lunchtime on Tuesday, February 13th which is Shrove Tuesday which falls during the half term school holiday.
The event is once again organised by The Rotary Club of Horsham in partnership with Horsham District Council and is aimed at raising money for local Charities that are nominated by the competitors.
There will be cups and prizes awarded to the winners on the day, including one for the Best Team Fancy Dress, one for the Best Over 40’s Team, one for the Winning Charity Team, one for the Best Individual Fancy Dress, one for the Best Flipper and one for the overall Winning Team.
As well as the amazing Pancake Races, a splendid medley of colourful mascots from far and wide will compete in Egg & Spoon Races for the Ringway Cup.
Entry Forms (copy below) and further information and for the Team event can be obtained by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org The final date for entries is Friday 2nd February and they will be accepted on a strictly first come, first served basis.
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