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Help Congham Snail Racing win a tourism award for Norfolk

PUBLISHED: 09:45 04 March 2011

Ready, steady, slow... Snail racing action at Congham village fete. Picture: Ian Burt

Ready, steady, slow... Snail racing action at Congham village fete. Picture: Ian Burt

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Norfolk’s World Snail Racing Championships, staged annually in Congham, is a regional finalist in Visit England’s Where else but England? award 2011.

The snail racing is up against 23 of England’s most quirky events and needs the help of Norfolk’s residents, friends and supporters to reach the national finals and have a chance of taking the Where else but England? crown.

You can vote for the World Snail Racing Championships by clicking the link top right, or at the Where else but England? page on Facebook.

Ten events will go forward to the final poll and the winner will be revealed on April 9.

This year’s championships will be staged on the cricket field at Congham on Saturday, July 16.


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