Flipping good fun

THEY were frantically flipping pancakes in Sandy on Tuesday as children and parents gathered together for a day of fun. The aim of the day was for the children to enjoy themselves and they certainly did. Children aged between four and nine were tossed int

THEY were frantically flipping pancakes in Sandy on Tuesday as children and parents gathered together for a day of fun.

The aim of the day was for the children to enjoy themselves and they certainly did.

Children aged between four and nine were tossed into races and then the parents had their go too.

Winner of the Sprouts Community Shield was Geoff Hancock, 43, a barber from Sandy.


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In second place came Bev Crone followed by Fiona Bareham in third.

Project coordinator Ken Lynch said: "They all had a wonderful time cheering and laughing.

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"It was a great success and very well organised by St Swithun's School.

"Parents and children all enjoyed the annual Sandy Pancake Day, the main aim of which is to give children a fun time

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