EACH Grand Prix 2015

EACH Grand Prix 2015

12 Apr 2015
Postcode: NR34 7XD
Name: Olly Larkin
Phone: 07847 141431
For the first time since 2011, Ellough Park Raceway near Beccles, will play host to a charity go-kart event, and this time it will be in aid of EACH.

Teams of 3 to 5 drivers can enter the competition compete against each other in an endurance race  format.

To participate, the entry fee is £100 per team and includes the hire of karting equipment, a 10 minute qualifying session, a 1 hour endurance race and a 10 lap sprint final.

Teams will then be given sponsorship packs and asked to raise a minimum of £100 sponsorship per team.

Accurate Data Services has recently been announced as the lead sponsor for the event, providing much needed support. David Rich, the Chief Executive at Accurate Data Services, is pleased to sponsor this fundraising event as, “EACH provides a vital service to very sick children and their families across the region, and need all the help they can get. Becoming involved with this successful event is a wonderful opportunity as charities make up the backbone of the UK. Causes need our support to ensure their survival for years to come.”

To book your team’s place in the EACH grand Prix 2015, or for further information on how you can support the event, please email olly.larkin@gmail.com or call 07847141431.

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