BUSINESS owners John and Debbie Williams, of John Williams Heating Services, are proud to be the sponsors of Chippenham’s first ever soap box derby.
John and Debbie are delighted to back the go-kart race which takes place in Chippenham High Street on Sunday, June 25, between 11am-4pm.
Debbie said: “We are thrilled to be supporting such an innovative and fun community event.
“Chippenham is home to an incredible amount of talent and this is a fantastic opportunity for residents of all ages to showcase those skills.
“I’m personally very excited to get to see the karts that local creative minds will have invented. I am looking forward to a very special day which brings all generations together.”
Chippenham Soap Box Derby is a race of hand built non-motorised karts. Teams of four will race them as fast as they can from the bottom of Market Place, through the High Street and onto The Bridge.
Debbie said: “We are entering three teams – one in the junior class and two in the senior class.
“We will also have a stand in the high street with special visitor Bobby the boiler!”
The judging criteria is based on speed, along with design flair and each team’s showmanship on the day. The event is backed by Chippenham Connected and Chippenham Town Council.
John Williams Heating Services is a family-run business based on the Bumpers Farm Industrial Estate and is now in its 13th year of business. Last year, it was named Apprentice Employer of the Year in the Wiltshire Business Awards.
In 2015, the company won the award for Best Small Business and Business of the Year in the Enterprising Wiltshire awards. It’s also a Which? Trusted Trader and is registered with CheckATrade.com. For more details visit jwheating.co.uk
More information about the soap box derby can be found here: www.chippenhamconnected.com/whats-on/soap-box-derby.aspx