The 1992 race saw the start of the post race party moving to the New Village Hall. During the race itself Arthur Noble and Tony “Lofty” Bracey stopped the traffic and Louie Castle emerged as an Egg Race veteran heroine she was followed down the road by a large yellow chick!
By 1995 an attic auction by Tony Bracey was bringing in almost as many people as the Egg Race itself, the winners of which were, in that year,
Under 7s Daniel Lane
Juniors Thomas Chillingworth
Seniors Mr M Madges
Cosgrove Shield Cannon Family
And so the Egg Race continued until the New Millennium.
In 2001 there were 89 contestants in the different races. The Senior Citizens runners were Gwineth Cummerford and Joan Groves, who put much younger racers to shame. The Cosgrove Cup was won by the Cummerford Family, and the sponsors were once again Pericom and Chantry Farm Eggs.
By 2002 the Egg Race was in the capable hands of Tony and Jan Bracey and it was a lot of fun! The day was still raising a good deal of money each year for repairs to the Church, but sadly it seems that this was its final year.