Firms in Waterlooville can now enter a team into the town’s much-loved Pancake Race.
The fun event sees participants race up the town’s precinct holding a pancake in a frying pan – flipping it as they go – in a bid to cross the line first.
If entrants succeed in early heats, they will battle it out in the final in a bid to win £200 for a charity of their choice.
In 2018, London Road-based Phone Repair Doctor donated their winnings to Rowans Hospice after beating Hampshire Constabulary in the final.
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The Waterlooville Pancake Race will take place at 11am on Tuesday, March 5.
To apply, email [email protected]