The World Custard Pie Championship 2013 1st of June
About the World Custard Pie Championships
Inspired by Charlie Chaplin, the World Custard Pie Championships have been held since 1967 in the village of Coxheath, Kent. Originated by Councillor Mike FitzGerald to raise funds for the village hall the contest enjoyed many years in Coxheath before disbanding and returned in 2007. Over the year's so many pies have been thrown at the Championship events, Teams competing from all around the world. Many Countries have followed in our footsteps, throughout the years; now once again the contest is back in Maidstone.
Register Your Team
A team needs to consist of 4 people. There is an entry fee of £40 per team.
PIE NEWS FLASH.
WE'RE COMING HOME.
This years championship is being held where it all began way back in 1967 at Coxheath.
The date is 1st June 2013
Team entries have now closed! any futher enquiries will be put on the reserve list.
22 teams from across the country will line up to do battle to win the coveted trophy, some 3000 pies will be flung under strict rules of the contest before the 2013 winning team is declared.
There still is time to have a stall at the event, if interested please enquire by the form above.
The event is free to the public and will be officially opened by the new Mayor of Maidstone Cllr Clive English at midday.
The World Custard Pie Championships are sponsored by