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Windsor Flippin' Pancake Race to raise money for Alexander Devine

Windsor Flippin' Pancake Race to raise money for Alexander Devine

Philip Dewey

Windsor Flippin' Pancake Race to raise money for Alexander Devine

Housewife costumes will be worn by participants of this year's Windsor Flippin' Pancake Challenge.

Devine Dolphin, Sally Stevens, Pink Brick, Paul Roach and Lucy Ives at the pancake race launch at Legoland Windsor.
Teams of four are encouraged to take part in the event at the Windsor Royal Shopping Centre on Shrove Tuesday, February 17, to take the coveted top spot.

 

Proceeds from the race will go towards the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service's goal to build Berkshire's first children's hospice and they will be running a fundraising stall at the event.

The dress code is 15th century Windsor housewives, including headscarf, skirt and aprons which even men are encouraged to wear.

Cost to take part is £40 and last day of registration is Friday, February 13.

Visit www.windsor.gov.uk/whats-on/windsor-and-eton-flippin-pancake-challenge-2014-p829611 to register.   

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