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After two years of postponing, our 7th annual Quays Duck Race is here! On Friday 15th April we will be welcoming hundreds to Salford Quays for an afternoon of family fun while raising thousands for the charity’s projects. 

Thank you to our business supporters

The business community have already fully backed the event by sponsoring a Mega Duck. Companies including; Lime Bar & Restaurant, Unite the Union, TSK Group, Adele Carr Recruitment, Morson International, Kinaxia, Waterlogic, Kids Planet Salford Quays, BBK Partnership, Kids Planet Swinton, PPC Protect, The Doctors Laboratory, Pareto Financial Planning, Cultivate Creative, Hall Brown Family Law, Soapworks, The Trafford Centre, Fuzzy Duck, Gunnercooke, Co-op, Quartzelec, FireCask, Five Wealth, Michelle Hay Training Works, Cuckoo Design, alldayPA, Steve Allen Insurance and Dynamic Estate Planning.

Ghazala Baig, Chief Executive at MedEquip4Kids said “We are so thankful for the fantastic support received from our Mega Duck sponsors. We know that this is going to be the best year yet for the Quays Duck Race, we really are so glad that we can put this event on again. The Quays Duck Race is one of our flagship events of our calendar and raises much needed money to help children and babies across the North West.”

Our previous Salford Quays Duck Race

We’re welcoming the local community

As well as welcoming the business community to be part of the race, we also want to welcome the community too!

Individuals and families can purchase a duckling for the main race for £2.50* on the MedEquip4Kids TicketSource page or in person on the day.  There will be some fabulous prizes up for grabs for the winning ducks, including tickets to The Lowry Theatre and a year’s supply of Irn Bru!

Join in the festivities from 1pm – 5pm on Good Friday, 15th April at the Helly Hansen Water Sports Centre For more information on the Quays Duck Race, and the opportunity to pre-book your duckling visit our TicketSource page here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/medEquip4Kids/t-onreln

*does not include a 30p admin fee charged for online sales by TicketSource

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