- Best Pram – Up Oxted
- Best Adult Fancy Dress – Cheeky Blunders
- Best Kids Fancy Dress – Oxted’s Greatest Showman
- Fastest Mixed Pram – Knights
- Fastest Male Pram – Cheeky Blunders
- Fastest Women’s Pram – Trolley Dollies
- Fastest Youth – Battle Bus Boyz
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So far Oxted Pram Race has created 8 blog entries.
We have dusted off the original porcelain potty/cup which was first awarded to the fastest team in the augural race 41 years ago.
The cup is called “The Happening”, because all those years ago the founding organisers of the pram race noticed people saying that not much ever happened in Oxted. So they organised the Pram […]
An amazing total from our Buckets this year of £1454! Our highest since 2013!!
FANCY DRESS ADULTS
Team 2 Stellasaurus Becks
Team Leader: Mark Lawrence
FANCY DRESS YOUTH
Team 13 Thunderbirds are Go!
Team Leader: Alex Newland
We are delighted to announce that we raised just over £4,000 at this years Pram Race to give away to local charities. Many thanks to everyone who turned up on the day and who continue to support the event.
The charities we are supporting are:
The Barn Theatre, Matthews Friends, The Woodhouse Centre, Holland Athletics Club, 1st […]
The new trophies were presented in Old Oxted High Street yesterday!! For those of you that weren’t there here are the results:
FASTEST MEN’S TEAM – CHARIOTS ON FIRE
FASTEST WOMEN’S TEAM – GODSTONE GEISHAS
FASTEST ADULT MIXED TEAM – TEAM HOLLAND
FASTEST YOUTH TEAM – THE SIMPSONS
BEST FANCY DRESS YOUTH – THE SIMPSONS
BEST FANCY DRESS ADULT – SOME […]
We are delighted to announce that there are NEW TROPHIES for each category this year!
And for the new category “Best Pram” there is also the Matthews Friends Shield to win!! Massive thanks to Matthews Friends and The London Trophy Company.
As requested, we will be doing the Prize Giving on the day this year, so if […]
The race 2015 was a successful event, despite the weather not really being on our side, it cleared up in time for the race £4325 was made for local charities.