the goat race is back

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KID you not the Oxford and Cambridge Goat Race is BACK with a vengeance at Spitalfields City Farm. Taking place on the same day as the boat race, you’ll be guaranteed a few giggles as you watch the goats battle it out to win the race, and with music and games you can really make a whole day of it. They’re even hosting an after party at the Dundee Arms. All profits go towards saving money for the farm and though advance tickets have sold out, more are being resold on the Goat Race Facebook page. Only question is who’s your money on, Oxford or Cambridge?

Sun 7th April 2019
Spitalfields City Farm, Buxton Street, E1 5AR