Thetford prepares to hold soapbox challenge
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The centre of a market town will be turned into a race track for the day as it hosts a soapbox challenge.
Thetford's King Street will be site of the downhill course which will see cars entered from a number of teams - including the Thetford Scouts and employment agency Galaxy Personnel.
The event will be held on St George's Day - Sunday, April 23 - and races will commence at 12pm.
Teams will consist of a driver and four additional crew members.
A pit area will be on the Market Place where teams can showcase their vehicle and raise funds for their chosen charity or good cause.
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Food and refreshments will also be available.
Organised by the town council, the Thetford Soapbox Challenge 2017 will also welcome the VXR Nimbus Gravity Race Kart.
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For more information about the event or the teams which are taking part, visit Thetford Town Council on Facebook.