Duck Race is Top of the Bill

THE crowds flocked to Lymm and District Round Table’s popular Easter Monday Duck Race, helping it to raise more for charity than ever before.

The family event amassed over £7,500 which will go towards worthy causes, largely thanks to the main sponsor – the Co-Operative Food at Cherry Lane – the support of local businesses and the general public. Along with funds raised from the race itself, Lymm Ladies Circle’s Easter Food Fest also added around £1000 to the charity kitty.

“Everything went according to plan and we couldn’t have wished for a better event – the sun even came out for us!” said Nick Elliott, organiser and Round Table member. “We’re eternally grateful to the Co-Op, the local businesses that stepped forward to sponsor us and those who bought a duck to enter the race. We now have the lovely task of donating lots of money to charity.”

The winning ducks were numbers 25 (first), 636 (second) and 305 (third), with the super duck winner named as Clinic Equilibrium and corporate duck winner The Sweet Shop. Each business will now nominate a charity of their choice to donate money to (£1000 for the super duck, £250 for the corporate duck).

Lymm and District Round Table are seeking charities and community groups to donate to – please email with your nominations.