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Adrenaline junkies hit the road in Bramham as part of Soap Fest.

The two-day event at Windmill Hill included a Soap Box Derby and a 100m water slide.

Eleri Pritchard takes part in the soap box derby at Windmill Hill, Bramham. Pic: Simon Hulme.

Eleri Pritchard takes part in the soap box derby at Windmill Hill, Bramham. Pic: Simon Hulme.

Money raised will go to local football club Clifford AFC and the Reverse Rett charity, which aims to raise awareness of Rett Syndrome and support families affected by the neurological disorder.

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After the soap box race on Saturday, a giant water slide was open to the public on Sunday, along with stalls, a barbecue and live music.

Jamie Allan is managing partner at Leeds-based Intermarketing Agency, which supported the event.

He said: “It’s all about having fun while rewarding two great causes that are close to our hearts.”

For more information about Soap Fest, visit skid-marks.co.uk.

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