Captain Tom 100 challenge duck race raises money for Chichester District Foodbank

Residents of Lavant Down held a duck race over the bank holiday weekend to raise money for the Chichester District Foodbank as part of the Captain Tom 100 challenge.

Friday, 14th May 2021, 2:47 pm

100 ducks were sponsored by residents and sent off from Pot Nore bridge for a 100-metre dash downstream.

HRH Queen Duck led the flotilla of ducks released by Archie, Ember and Chloe.

Gerry Berkley sponsored the winner and a total of £130 was raised for the food bank.

Residents of Lavant Down raised £130 for the Chichester District Foodbank with a duck race over the early May bank holiday weekend as part of the Captain Tom 100 challenge

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Residents of Lavant Down raised £130 for the Chichester District Foodbank with a duck race over the early May bank holiday weekend as part of the Captain Tom 100 challenge

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Residents of Lavant Down raised £130 for the Chichester District Foodbank with a duck race over the early May bank holiday weekend as part of the Captain Tom 100 challenge