Published: 00:01, 10 March 2018
| Updated: 10:33, 10 March 2018
There are just a few places left for teams wanting to join in the mass flan-flinging festival, the World Custard pie Championships, this year.
The event, which is now in its 51st year, will be held on Saturday, June 2 at Coxheath, near Maidstone - where it was originally held.
The event involves teams of four, in fancy dress, throwing pies at eachother, with points being awarded for "hits" to various parts of the body on the opposing team.
It started in the 60s with the help of local children’s entertainer Mr Pastry, using a "custard" recipe which has remained a closely-guarded secret through the years - and has attracted TV crews and teams from around the world.
Last year, Dame Penelope Keith visited with a film crew for the Channel 4 show, Village of the Year, with Coxheath reaching the regional semi-final.
This year, teams can dress in "innovative" costumes, with prizes being awarded for the best-dressed team.
Although the number of teams is limited, the championships are part of a fun day, and anyone can come along to watch the fun - and not stand too close!
It costs £30 to register a team of four. To register visit worldcustardpiechampionship.co.uk
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