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Gallery: What is your favourite topping? We look back at pancake day photos as Suffolk marks Shrove Tuesday

15:30 04 March 2014

Flipping fun! Lowestoft pub landladies tossing pancakes on the Marina Theatre stage, on March 2, 1990

Flipping fun! Lowestoft pub landladies tossing pancakes on the Marina Theatre stage, on March 2, 1990


Can you spot your younger self in one of our archive pancake day photos?

We have trawled through our stores to find some flipping great photos of pancake races, youngsters eating delicious creations and cooks creating the perfect pancake.

And here they are.

What are you doing to mark Shrove Tuesday? Are you taking part in a race? Or do you have an unusual topping to share with readers?

Send your recipes and photos to us via iwitness24.


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