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Tue 13 Feb 2018

The Camden Market Pancake Race

    £10 to enter (100% donated to C4WS)

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    When

    12pm-2pm

    Where

    The North Yard

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    We are hugely excited to announce the first ever Camden Market pancake race and that we are now accepting team submissions from all! Made possible by collaboration with the Mayor of Camden, Cllr Richard Cotton, the races will take place in the North Yard (by the Amy Winehouse statue) between 12pm and 2pm on 13th February 2018, teams are welcome to turn up at any time, racing one at a time to try and achieve the highest score. Once all of the races have been completed, the times will be compared and the fastest team will win a fabulous, pancake-themed prize!

    The Rules:

    Teams must consist of four people, running in relay (though if you can only gather together two friends, we don’t mind if one of you races twice!)

    -There is a £10 per team entry fee to race that will be collected on the day (all of the money will be donated to the Mayor of Camden’s chosen charity, C4WS). Pancakes and pans will be provided.

    -Entry is open to all, to submit your team please email [email protected] with your team name, company name and the names of your team members. You have until the 31st January to apply.

    -Please remember that you will be racing on the Market cobbles, so sensible shoes is a must.

    -No sabotaging other teams. Eye-gouging, tripping up and whacking with frying pans will result in disqualification.

    About C4WS:

    C4WS Homeless Project is a grassroots charity that assist homeless people all year round, helping them to rebuild their lives.  Opening their doors for the first time in January 2005, a group of seven churches took it in turns to provide free shelter and food for 13 of the coldest weeks of the year.  Since they have expanded the shelters to support more people in crisis and evolved its services to become a project that combines this continued immediate support with real, long-term change. All of this is managed by a team of just 3 permanent members of staff, plus the support of over 600 volunteers.