A fundraising event in Nottinghamshire dating back four decades could come to an end because of fears it encourages outdoor boozing. The Kimberley Pram Race has raised more than £100,000 for charity.
Police say they can no longer support the event because of a ban on street drinking in the town. Peter Bearne reports.
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