Waffling on for charity

Harry Harrison, owner of Wicked Waffle in North End, trustee of Sam's Haven and organiser Julie Middle and Sam Merrick.Picture: Sarah Standing (150361-8990
Harry Harrison, owner of Wicked Waffle in North End, trustee of Sam's Haven and organiser Julie Middle and Sam Merrick.Picture: Sarah Standing (150361-8990

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Charity fundraisers will be tackling the Wicked Waffle eating challenge in a bid to raise £500 for Sam’s Haven.

The challenge, which will take place on April 12 at Wicked Waffle, London Road, North End, will see eight adults and eight children battle to eat the monster dish of four waffles and 12 scoops of ice cream in just 45 minutes.

Louise Merrick, founder of Sam’s Haven, said: ‘We’ll hopefully raise awareness, have a bit of fun, and not feel too sick after.’

Sam’s Haven provides holidays for children with life-threatening and terminal illnesses and was founded by Paul and Louise Merrick following the repeated illness of their six-year-old son Sam.

To donate visit justgiving.com/samshaven