Essex Dragon Boat World Cup 2018

Sunday 1 July 2018
River Chelmer, Chelmsford City Centre

Join us at the River Chelmer for dragon boat racing, live music and entertainment- the perfect day out for all the family

If you would like to take part and enter a team please contact
John Reeve at

You can also support our cause to help children with leukaemia by donating at

Join us on Sunday 1 July 2018 at the River Chelmer for a fun day out for all the family. We’ll have loads of exciting activities on offer including

- Chelmsford Cultural Festival displays entertainment- Live music from local bands and performers
- One minute rowing challenge
- Face painting
- Jugglers
- Balloon sculpting
- Story telling
- Chelmsford River Festival displays

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