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Its quite incredible to think that the support given by all of our visitors, whether spectators, entrants, sponsors and exhibitors across one weekend helped to support 29 local charity projects.
John Biggs, the organiser of the event, said "We're so lucky to receive such amazing support from enthusiasts who enter their cherished cars and motorcycles that help to make the event, our businesses that sponsor or exhibit and of course the thousands of spectators from near and far. A big thank you also to the hundreds of volunteers that give up there time and without whom the event just couldn't take place."
There were record visitor numbers of around 16,500 for the two-day extravaganza of cars, motorcycles and the special festival atmosphere that attracts car enthusiasts and families alike.
This year we celebrated cars from the 60's with a host of Lotus Cortinas, Astons, Jensens and Lancias amongst many others. Even two Gilberns made the show!
Either side of the sixties display we of course had the mix of veteran, vintage, pre and post wars vehicles as well as historic racers such as the Hudson Super Six and the Fafnir Hall Scott Special. This was all topped off by exotics including the original TVR Sagaris protoype.
The Soapbox event was the biggest yet with 21 teams entered and the initial prizes awarded by Mary Berry on Saturday afternoon.
If that didn't entertain the children then the steam fair which came back bigger and stronger certainly did, providing a beautiful and iconic look to the children's entertainment area.
Whatever your highlight was we hope you had a very enjoyable time with us this year and do tell us about it on our Facebook page.
Dates are now set for the 16th and 17th of September and spectator tickets are already available.
We'll be opening the entries for the hill run and classic and club displays in April. Keep and eye out on this web page or better still subscribe to our newsletter.
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If you'd like to be a part of the team we are always looking for new volunteers who want to do their bit for the community and make Kop Hill better than ever.
The organising team are already working on next years event, listening to your feedback on what you thought was great, and the areas we could improve.
Kop Hill Climb is a volunteer run event run under Buckinghamshire Community Foundation (BCF) with the sole aim of raising money to donate to local community projects and charities. The event has raised more than £440,000 since the revival first took place in 2009.
Last year 29 separate charities or groups benefited with our main focus being on projects helping the elderly, youth or disadvantaged members of our local community.
Grants for this years event have now closed.