Race in style as themed go-karts return to a Norfolk village at an event making a comeback after four years. 

The Mundesley Soapbox Derby takes place on Saturday, September 2 2023 and it is the rescheduled date as it was unable to go ahead in July.

It is organised by the 1st Mundesley Air Scouts, with money raised going towards renovating its hut.

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The fun will begin at 11am in Gold Park with a barbecue, games and stalls and the races will start along the High Street at 1pm, with a road closure in place. 

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To make it easier for people to take part, there is entry available on the day for £5 for an under-18 team of two or £10 for a team of two adults, which is cash only and participants need to bring their own helmets. 

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They can use a soapbox already made by one of the scout groups and fancy dress is encouraged. 

Alternatively, participants can build their own soapbox ahead of the event and they can register at jaguar.explorers@aol.co.uk

Elaine Bush, Beaver leader, said: "It is a fun day out and there are lots of different things to do and it is a chance to meet new people."