Pancake races in Dursley, Stroud, Gloucestershire to aid Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal in Cam and Dursley.
PANCAKES flippers got under starter's orders as they broke from tradition by racing around a new course in Dursley.
Around a dozen people entered the town's annual Shrove Tuesday races, held around Sainsbury's supermarket car park because of gas main work along the usual Parsonage Street route.
Sainsbury's employee Joel Stoneman won for the second year running and received the trophy from Dursley town mayor Coun Jane Ball.
"There were medals on ribbons too for first, second and third placed," the mayor said.
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The fun was in aid of the Cam and Dursley Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.