The Games & The Ceremony

The gates open at 4pm, with the games kicking-off at 6:30pm. The torch procession and awards ceremonies run at various times across the evening.

16:00-20:00 | DOVER’S HILL
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The Awards

The trophies, the finale of any successful competition. Awards for all winners, as well as the winner of the Shuttlebrook Queen.

The torch procession

A true spectacle to behold and all can take part in the torch procession, we leave Dovers Hill and make our way back to Chipping Campden, come and get involved with us.

21:30-22:00 | DOVERS HILL TO CHIPPING CAMPDEN

Music & Food

We have various food vendors on the Hill as well as more food choices when you return to Chipping Campden. You’ll also be able to listen to live music in the Square.

The Music

From marching bands, folk, medieval song, bagpipes and funk – we've curated many live music offerings previously and this year will be no different.

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. Wakes have been held in Campden from at least the 12th century but the current one has its origins in the late 19th century and is named named after the Cattle brook which flowed through the Leasebourne end of the High Street.

Saturday 4th June | 13:00-20:00
Free | Chipping Campden High Street