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The Soap Box Derby Committee are raising money for Cancer Research UK because because we wish to honour the memory of Phil Hill

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Cancer Research UK

We pioneer life-saving cancer research to help beat cancer sooner

Charity Registration No. in England and Wales 1089464, Scotland SC041666

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Here we go again, now in its sixth year, the inspiration for this annual event is Pam Hill, a long standing resident of Duxford who sadly lost her husband to cancer in 2013. Pam and some friends who had also lost loved ones to cancer, decided to commemorate their passing with an event that would both bring the village together and raise essential funds for Cancer Research in the Cambridge area. So the Duxford Soapbox Derby was born in 2013.

A wonderful chaotic dash around the village by would be grand prix stars racing in anything from a wheelbarrow to an old iron bath. The fancy dress adds to the colour and hilarity. There are 2 races one for children and one for the grown ups, although everyone is a kid on September 2nd.

Whilst the races are the focus of the day for fund raising, money also comes from an auction and raffle which takes place after the dust has settled and the coverted trophies awarded at the Plough finishing line. There will be fund raising events throughout the year culminating with the soapbox derby on the 2nd September.

Last year the village raised £12000 exceeding the amount raised in 2016. Anything you can contribute to help us all maintain this rising trend would be much appreciated.

With many thanks

Pam Hill and the organising committee

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