The Games & The Ceremony

The gates open at 4pm, with the opening ceremony at around 6.45-7pm. The games commence soon after and the sports draw to a close as the sun sets over the Malvern Hills. After the fireworks, The torchlit procession is lead into the town by the stirring beats of the Coventry Corps of Drums arriving at the Town Square where we will dance the night away to the amazing sounds of Wired.

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Awards will be presented throughout the evening with the last one being the Francis Burns trophy for this year’s Champion ehin-kicker. All competitors will receive an Olimpick Medal.

The Torchlit Procession

A true spectacle to behold which leaves Dovers Hill after the fireworks and winds its way back to Chipping Campden. Everyone is welcome and torches will be sold on the hill. Please ensure children are supervised.

Music & Food

We always try to ensure that there is a wide selection of food and drink available. Likewise, each year we like to bring in as many musicians as we can to entertain throughout the games. Please note this is an alcohol-free event and none is sold on the hill, or permitted to be brought onto the hill.

The Music

Marching bands, folk duos, brass quintets, medieval minstrels, bagpipes, funksters – We love music. It has always played a huge part in this celebration and this year will be no different. Our house band will accompany the shenanigans on the hill and Wired in the Square.

The Food

Traditional British Fayre and other culinary choices are on offer on Dover's Hill, and when you return to Chipping Campden. Please note, no alcohol is permitted to be consumed on Dovers Hill, it will be on offer on your return to Chipping Campden.

Fundraising events

The games become increasingly more expensive to run year in, year out. As well as the kind volunteers that enable the games to go forward with the donation of their time, we fundraise and raise sponsorship.

Various dates & locations to be announced.

Christmas Fayre

Hot Mulled Wine, santa, stalls selling Chritsmas gifts – and the Chipping Campden Christmas Light switch on – its the Christmas Fayre! Come alogn and chat with us on our stand.

Chipping Campden High Street | 7th December | 13:00 - 19:00

Pub Quiz

How is your general knowledge? Your current affairs? Your history? Come along to the Eight Bells Pub for the annual Olimpick Games Pub Quiz Night.

APR 2020 | 19:00-22:30 | Eight Bells Pub, Chipping Campden
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Scuttlebrook Wake

Scuttlebrook Wake is an annual celebration held in Chipping Campden on the first Saturday after Whitsun (the day after the Games). It has its origins in the late 19th century and is named after the Cattle brook which flowed through Leysbourne. It is a brilliant, uplifting celebration of Spring and the perfect way to spend a day after the exertions of the night before.

Saturday 1st June | 13:00-20:00
Free | Chipping Campden High Street