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A pancake lunch organised by Marilyn and Peter Hognson on Shrove Tuesday at their home in Brinkworth was fully booked in advance.
"Once more, all ye Book Lovers/And once more, ye Readers tired, with eyeballs nearly seareda " Here we are again on Friday morning, blearily contemplating another open forum.
Low Bailiff Vaughan Blake and High Bailiff Steve Brown join staff from The Turks Head to celebrate their win.
Benjamin Piroj, Gabriella Iduitia, both three, and Ollie Warmington, four, flipped their way to fun as part of Shrove Tuesday .
A total of 52 people took part in the fun-filled event which sees competitors run uphill on Castle Street while flipping their pancakes Flipping mad fun was the order of the day on Shrove Tuesday as the annual Hinckley BID pancake race got off to a flying start.
Pupils at Old Cleeve Primary School in Washford and Knights Templar in Watchet enjoyed making their own pancakes on Tuesday .
Chamber Director Janet Reed, Shriner's Larry Conditt, Mayor Jerry Tomlinson, Fire Chief Roger Joines, City Councilman Stewart Hoffman and Councilman L... Mayor Jerry Tomlinson attempts to save a lost pancake as the competition for best pancake flipper gets underway at Durant's IHOP Tuesday morning.... City Councilman Leon Sherrer shines victorious ... (more)
Mary Lina Pardue and daughter Anna, 7, receive ashes Wednesday night from the Rev.
Ash Wednesday is a popular day among Christians worldwide. It is considered to be the first day of Lent, a religious observance where people fast for 40 days .
The 23-year-old was stunned to discover more than a ruff image of a dog in his Shrove Tuesday treat.
Pat Freed, left, and Pam McMaster, both of Hanover, serve pancakes during a pancake supper at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Penn Township Tuesday.
After years of futility in his first six NHL seasons with the New York Islanders and Florida Panthers, the star goaltender found a home - and the playoffs - in Vancouver.
The children of Mawnan Smith had a flipping good time on Shrove Tuesday at the village's annual pancake race.
Clergy and members of the public donned fancy dress to take part in the traditional pancake race at Ripon Cathedral, while at Acomb in York the traders' association, Acomb Alive, put on a pancake race for shopkeepers and residents in Front Street.
The final of the Pancake Race with the SAASH team on the right and Everyone Active second from left Competitors in St Albans pancake races were cheered to the finish by St Albans Mayor and about 200 other spectators on Shrove Tuesday yesterday.