Even in the 21st Century some English traditions are still clinging on thanks to the dedication of individuals. One of them, the annual cheese rolling at Cooper’s Hill was run, rolled and somersaulted yesterday.
The tradition was officially ended in 2010 but has been continued by enthusiasts even though last year’s contest was controversially cancelled over plans to charge for taking part.
The four races down the 200m hill were run in conditions described as damp and the Jubilee Cheese was won by Craig Fairley of Brockworth.
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