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It’s A Knockout fun day is coming to Beverley Racecourse

It’s A Knockout fun day is coming to Beverley Racecourse
12 May
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Teams are being recruited for an It’s A Knockout fun day – billed as one of the biggest and best fun events of the summer.

Styled on the hugely popular former TV show, the free-to-watch event at Beverley Racecourse will see teams competing over bouncy castle-type obstacles.

Twenty four teams of 10 are needed for the charity fun day, which will take place on Sunday, July 29.

There will be plenty to see and do, from inflatable slides and bouncy castles, to games and stalls.

An It's A Knockout fun day will be held at Beverley Racecourse on July 29. Pictured is a similar event at Cleethorpes
An It’s A Knockout fun day will be held at Beverley Racecourse on July 29. Pictured is a similar event at Cleethorpes
(Image: Duncan Young – Grimsby News and Pictures Agency)

Big crowds will cheer on the teams at the event, which is being held to raise money for Hull-based charity Case Training Services.

Steven Rusling, marketing manager for Case, says: “We are excited to be able bring such a much-loved event to Beverley Racecourse this year.

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“We think it’s going to be the one of the biggest and best fun events of the summer, but we need teams to sign up, have fun and in doing so support CASE, a charity that supports local people with learning disabilities to lead better lives across Hull and the East Riding.

“With 2018 being the RAF’s centenary, participants will take part in themed games such as the Dambuster run and inspired by the Oxford – Cambridge boat we have devised our own interpretation of this spectacular event.”

Teams are being recruited for an It's A Knockout fun day at Beverley. Pictured is a similar event at Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes
Teams are being recruited for an It’s A Knockout fun day at Beverley. Pictured is a similar event at Meridian Showground, Cleethorpes
(Image: Duncan Young – Grimsby News and Pictures Agency)

Team members must be over 16 years old and each will be encouraged to raise £50 to boost funds for Case.

It’s A Knockout was a hugely popular game show, first shown on the BBC back in the 1960’s.

Like the game show, Mr Rusling says It’s a Knockout is inclusive of all fitness levels.

Teams will compete in entertaining and funny games using bouncy castle type obstacles, cheered on by the crowds.

A Barton-based company is organising the event for the charity.

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