Monday 4th May Family fun day in the paddock  

The Hare and Hounds dedicated much of the day to the children for the weekend finale, and promised an amazing family day. The cherry on top was that it was all for a very special and brave young lady.

BBQ, Hog Roast, Candyfloss and popcorn carts, sweet stalls, ice cream vans and much more!

There was a children's entertainer and DJ, an inflatable MEGA slide, a gladiators joust, a bouncy castle, an assault course, Punch & Judy shows, balloon modelling and a mini sports day. This will include: sack racing, egg and spoon racing, an obstacle course, a 3-legged race and a tug-of-war!

Side shows to included: Coconut shy, clown striker stocks, a lollypop maze, electronic steady hand and hoopla bells & whistles.

Children's wrist bands were £5 each, this entitled the children to all activities & rides free of charge.

Adult entry was priced at £1 per person, all of the proceeds going to Livvy's cause.

If anyone would like to make a personal donation to Livvy's cause, you can do this via her just giving page:

The Main Event #LivvysRaceDay

12:45pm Alan Coe and Bob Champion MBE (winner of the 1981 Grand National) left The Hare and Hounds with the horses, ready to embark on their 100 mile drive to Fakenham race course.

After Bob Champion and Aldaniti won the 1981 Grand National, the interest and enthusiasm generated by "racing’s greatest fairytale" led to the foundation in 1983 of The Bob Champion Cancer Trust. Five years later, nearly to the day of the victory, the Bob Champion Cancer Research Unit was opened within the Royal Marsden NHS Trust Hospital in Sutton, Surrey.

The drive, which was started by Bob Champion, winner of the 1981 Grand National, Ended at the winning post of the racecourse after Mr Coe drives up the final furlong of the course.

A race was named after Olivia and she will present the winners on the day. 

For more information on the Bob Champion Cancer Trust, visit the website: