The date has been set!
September 2nd 2018
For further information if needed, please contact:
Peter Stribling – 07845143653
Barry Dean – 07808043028
Email – email@example.com
Entries to the cart race are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Applications must be received by 31st August 2018.
Event disclaimer – Participants in this event do so at their own risk. The organising committee Duxford Soapbox Derby 2018 take no responsibility for any accidents, injuries, loss or damage incurred during this fund raising event. Contact details above. This event or activity is kindly being organised by a supporter of Cancer Research UK. Many fundraising events are organised in this way and we rely on the generous support of our volunteers and the general public to raise vital funds for our life-saving work. Cancer Research UK staff may have supported the organiser of this event but the charity is not responsible for the event itself. The event organiser will be encouraged to look at all aspects of safety for their event or activity. However Cancer Research UK cannot accept responsibility for any loss, damage or injury from the fundraising event.
Duxford Soap Box Derby 2018 Entry Form
Duxford Soap Box Derby 2018 Rules
2018 Leaflet and Poster
At The Plough on Tuesday night (20/09/2017) we announced the amazing amount raised this year for Cancer Research UK.
Well, Sunday saw another great day for the 5th Annual Duxford Soap Box Derby . The weather was kind, the crowds turned out in their hundreds and hopefully we will have made a lot of money for Cancer Research UK.
A new course record of 8 minutes was set by Duanne Webb and Nicolas Soffiati in the adult’s race, a remarkable time for a one and a quarter mile race. They were deserving winners of the Phill Hill Trophy and made it third time lucky.
Sebastian Jeffrey and Dominic Hines as Dennis the Menace and Gnasher were first in their age group in the children’s race with Ashleigh and Keenan Burns winning in their age group.
Best Fancy Dress went to The Smiths – who can forget the sight of a pirate galleon racing to the finish line!!
The Constructors Trophy went to Del Boy and Rodney also known as Dave and Ian Brown, their entry of Barleycorn Independent Traders was certainly a hit with the photographer’s on the day and made for a great spectacle.
Last place and The Wooden Spoon Trophy went to Rupert Rolfe and Dylan Wilkinson whose cart, Dumpy McDumpface was an entry from Volvo Construction, a local business here in Duxford.
Our thanks to everyone who supported the event either by entering the race, spectating, buying raffle tickets/ auction prizes or donating money. Particular thanks to Nick and staff at The Barleycorn and Ben and staff at The Plough without whose cooperation and support the Soap Box Derby weekend would not be possible.
Presentation of the cheque to Cancer Research UK will take place at The Plough Duxford 7.30pm Tuesday 19th September. That Cheque amount will available on this website after that date.
Chairman Duxford Soapbox Derby
This years auction is looking extremely attractive and some of the items are bound to start a bidding war!
We are expecting a few more donations to come in – so keep an eye on this list as it is subject to change…
- Flight in a Tiger Moth
- Football signed by Tottenham Hotspur squad
- Signed shirt from West Ham FC
- 20 litres of Cider from Duxford Scrumpy Company
- Ducati superbike for a day
- Childs battery operated Police Car
- Timothy Taylor’s brewery tour and overnight stay.
- Wheelbarrow full of booze
This years race is to be held on
Sunday 3rd September
This years 2017 Soap Box Derby Entry Form
can be downloaded here
Soap Box Construction Guidelines and Rules can be
Duxford Soap Box Derby – Sunday 3rd September
The date for this years race is set for
Sunday 3rd September
Once again the fourth Duxford Soapbox Derby will taking place in order to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Hopefully we can beat last years total of £11,800.
Last year, like previous years, built on the momentum from the previous year and we’re hoping this year will be no different.