Welcome to the home of the dumball: the pan European fancy dress festival on wheels. We raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust by pimping up cars that have seen better days, and driving them for thousands of miles.
You’ll find that the dumball is very different to other so-called charity rallies. The dumball is a test of endurance. Never mind a weekend driving over the Alps, we conquer the whole of Europe, in a week.
But remember, the dumball is not a race. There are no prizes for first place. We stick together in convoys, give you radios so you can banter en route, and wherever we stop, the party starts.
We are doing something stupid to raise money for a very serious cause, so join us on our next inadvisable mission, you never know, you might just have the best week of your life.
A four part TV series that covers the story of the 2012 dumball rally is currently in production to air on the channel later in the year. Watch this space for more information and a sneak preview of what’s in store.
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If you're eager for more you can browse our history pages too.
Since 2007, the dumball has been raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust to build a state-of-the-art unit at a recognised centre of excellence, the Royal Marsden Hospital. It will care for teenagers and young people with cancer. The unit will cost over £3million, all together, so help us do our bit!
Want more of a reason to help us raise the cash? Just watch the video of legendary dumballer Adam Horn...