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Genevieve famously appeared in a British comedy film made in the 50s. Various film stars were involved in a veteran automobile rally.
The car itself is twin-cylinder 10/12 hp Darracq built in Paris in 1904. Today it regularly runs in the London to Brighton Veteran car run.
A car which will cause a few stares running the hill this year is TV presenter Edd China's "Casual Lofa Sofa". It is the fastest three-seater-sofa in the world. It has a hand-crafted Mars Bar handbrake, pizza-tray steering wheel and flower pot indicators.
We are celebrating Ferrari's 70th birthday with a cavalcade of the makers cars from the 50s to 2017. They will appear at the end of each session - superb looking cars and they sound as good as they look.
This year we celebrate exotic cars with a selection of post-war Ferraris roaring up the hill to finish off the usual eclective range of cars from the last century.
We have had to raise ticket prices on the day but this is even more reason to book ahead - you will only be charged at last year's rates.
We have made it even more convenient to buy tikets on the day because we are accepting Mastercard and Visa at the pay points
Details of "On the day pricing" can be found on the top menu under "Spectators" and click on "Tickets". The same menu gives access to more about this year's attractions
We have already reached our hill climb limit for bikes and cars and no more bookings can be accepted.
Paddock Display and the Soapbox Challenge.To book go to "Entrants" on the top menu and find "Book Now" or click below.
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If you'd like to be a part of the team we are always looking for new volunteers who want to do their bit for the community and make Kop Hill better than ever.
Since its revival 9 years ago, Kop Hill Climb has rasied over £440,000 for local community projects and charities. Last year alone 30 local charity projects benefitted from a donation of over £100,000. This is thanks to the tremendous support from you - our visitors, spectators, entrants, sponsors and exhibitors to which we extend a heartfelt "thank you".
Kop HIll is run under the local Buckinghamshire Community Foundation (BCF) "Heart of Bucks" and organised completely by hundreds of volunteers. We are appreciative of the time and support our volunteers give each year without which the event could not take place.
If you would like to apply for a grant from this year's please click below.