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Two charities benefit from a slice of Kop Hill Climb fundraising total

Last year's Kop Hill Climb event in Princes Risborough which raised �55,000 for local charities

Last year's Kop Hill Climb event in Princes Risborough which raised �55,000 for local charities

A classic car rally that was hailed ‘better than Goodwood’ by the public has divvied out some of last year’s funds to charity.

Two organisations benefited from a slice of last year’s record £55,000 funds from the Kop Hill Climb event. The Princes Centre and the Princes Risborough School received cheques, which were presented by Kop Hill Climb chairman Tony Davies, for £10,000 and £5,000 respectively. The historic motoring event has raised more than £190,000 since its resurrection in 2009, and will be back this year on September 21 and 22. For more information, news and updates, visit www.kophillclimb.org.uk.

 

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