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Call for teams to have some flipping great fun at popular pancake races

PUBLISHED: 16:03 03 February 2020 | UPDATED: 16:03 03 February 2020

Action from the annual Lowestoft Vision pancake race, 2019. PICTURE: Jamie Honeywood

Action from the annual Lowestoft Vision pancake race, 2019. PICTURE: Jamie Honeywood

Jamie Honeywood Archant Norwich Norfolk

A popular pancake day challenge will be showcased in a town centre later this month.

Action from the annual Lowestoft Vision pancake race, 2019. PICTURE: Jamie HoneywoodAction from the annual Lowestoft Vision pancake race, 2019. PICTURE: Jamie Honeywood

With the annual Lowestoft Pancake Day races returning from noon on Tuesday, February 25 a call has gone out for some flipping good teams to join in the fun.

Event organisers Lowestoft Vision - the Business Improvement District for Lowestoft which is managed by Suffolk Chamber of Commerce - is now encouraging local companies, clubs and mascots to enter this fun and friendly relay race.

Action from the annual Lowestoft Vision pancake race, 2019. PICTURE: Jamie HoneywoodAction from the annual Lowestoft Vision pancake race, 2019. PICTURE: Jamie Honeywood

Held in Lowestoft town centre on London Road North, outside Halifax bank, last year's event saw a dozen teams having some flipping great fun as they were cheered by enthusiastic crowds.

A Mascot Race will start the action at this year's event before businesses battle it out in the relay race as teams of three compete against each other over a short course, flipping pancakes as they dash the distance.

Those taking part will be aiming to pick up the trophy from last year's winners - British Heart Foundation's Hearty and the Marina Theatre.

Places are available for both races on a first come first served basis, to enter a team email amie@lowestoftvision.co.uk


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