The annual event organised by Saltash Rugby Club was unable to go ahead last year due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
But the fancy dress teams, who must use a pram or other wheeled ‘vehicle’ to race around the pubs of Saltash, collecting money for a local charity on their way, were back for 2022.
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March marks 60th anniversary
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