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Start at - warning bells are rung from the Church steeple and the race is started by the Churchwarden. The race sees teams from businesses in Leadenhall Market and businesses from the surrounding area battle it out to win this years cup. The first 100 spectators will receive a complimentary pancake with lemon & sugar.To enter a team, please email Rachel [email protected] [TBC] Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide Football Tue-Wed -.Tickets An evening of drumming, dancing and wassailing. Several Authentic Horses Heads Dressed in the Traditional Way. Its like going to War and then all Peace breaks out! All Floodlit, Great for Viewing and Rumours of Hot Mulled Cider! See 350 ewes at lambing time and witness the shepherding activities at this annual event.Our guests are again the wonderful Hunters Moon Morris from Eastbourne and Black Swan Morris from Carshalton, Surrey. Also, a wide range of animals including goats, donkeys, rabbits, guinea-pigs, chickens It is vitally important that women who are or may be pregnant do not attend this event.Get together a sponsored team of four people to enter in the relay race. Race run along Dray Walk at The Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane. The original and unique Olney Pancake Race which is now world famous.

The final Saturday is Battle Day - Activities all day - St Sampson's Square, Hungate, Museum Gardens - have-a-go archery and bird of prey displays.

This February focuses on the young, though there are at least 14 events for adults.

Half-Term week is packed, kicking off with Bright Sparks, and then running through nine days with a wide range of original workshops for the young, 2-16 year-olds.

13.00 Earl Ealdred leads his troops from Museum Gardens across the city to Coppergate.

Gates open for Festival Battle Finale and Boat Burning at the racecourse.

The final Saturday is Battle Day - Activities all day - St Sampson's Square, Hungate, Museum Gardens - have-a-go archery and bird of prey displays.

This February focuses on the young, though there are at least 14 events for adults.

Half-Term week is packed, kicking off with Bright Sparks, and then running through nine days with a wide range of original workshops for the young, 2-16 year-olds.

13.00 Earl Ealdred leads his troops from Museum Gardens across the city to Coppergate.

Gates open for Festival Battle Finale and Boat Burning at the racecourse.

There will be a street collection for the charity and people are welcome to come and watch and take photo's.