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West Norfolk charity car rally raises thousands for hospice



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The seven charity rally crews from Terrington St Clement who set themselves the challenge of driving 1600 gruelling miles round the coast line of Scotland in just four days arrived back in one piece on Sunday.

Their reward was raising a big chunk of money for the Norfolk Hospice: Tapping House.

Organiser, Andrew Hornigold, said that they were confident of being able to give at least £5,000 to the hospice and it was possible, when everything was totted up, including selling off some of the cars, that they might hit their target of a massive £10,000.

Max Snell (right) and Tim Woods with the Highland Trophy
Max Snell (right) and Tim Woods with the Highland Trophy

They complete challenges set by Terrington Community Fund chairman, Mark Wilson, back at home in the village and, apart from one car needing a jump start on the final day, it was a trouble-free run.

The eventual winner of the cherished Highland Trophy was car 38 crewed by Max Snell and Tim Woods or, as they became known en route “The Chuckle Brothers”.

Terrington rally crews line up at John O'Groats
Terrington rally crews line up at John O'Groats


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