The Great Christmas Pudding Race – The Results

The Great Christmas Pudding Race – The Results

Team Rohan - Covent Garden

The Great Christmas Pudding Race in Covent Garden – The Results

“After bringing in a victory in our heat we came a respectable third in the final” – Ian the handsome turkey

Pudding Race Finish

This year saw the 34th Great Christmas Pudding Race in Covent Garden in aid of Cancer Research UK.
Covent Garden played host the 34th annual Great Christmas Pudding Race on Saturday, 6th December 2014.

The event was organised by CRAC on behalf of Cancer Research UK and supported by Fox’s and Covent Garden Market.

A team event and there’s only one rule but it’s strictly enforced: competitors in fancy dress must carry a Christmas pudding at all times.
Elite Pudding Team
This year Rohan have mustered an elite team to compete for the coveted trophy. The fancy dress costume has been decided and will see Ian Palmer dressed as a giant turkey being chased around the foam slalom course by Kate, Jose, Amba and Fozia from Rohan Covent Garden led by area manager, Richard Morrison, dressed as chefs.
The Great Christmas Pudding Race Covent Garden Saturday 6th December
The race, along with lots of street entertainment and guest celebrities takes place in Covent Garden Piazza, on 6th December.
11.15 Countdown to Race
11.25 Official “Royal” Opening
11:30 Team Introductions and Fancy Dress Parade
11:40 Race “Talk Through”
11:50 Runners Warm up with Sev and her ZUMBA team from Pineapple Dance Studios
12:00 Richard Taylor – Executive Director Fundraising and Marketing, CRUK
12.20 Entertainment
12.40 Entertainment
12.50 Race GRAND FINAL
13.00 Presentation of prizes
Please donate at Rohan – Christmas Pudding Race
Rohan Team-Training
cancer research uk

Comments ( 2 )

  1. ReplyRohan Covent Garden
    Thank You guys!! Looking forward to bringing home the big prize!
  2. ReplyPeter Clinch
    Next year get Chris V. to put some ultralight Aura Racing Aprons together for you and I imagine you'll be able to sneak up a place or two...