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Harry brings home the double at annual Pancake Day Race

Harry receiving the Tillions Trophy.

Harry brings home the double at annual Pancake Day Race

Funeral Director, Harry Hamlin once again brought home the frying pan shaped Tillions Trophy to Dignity owned C S Bowyer after winning the annual pancake day race for the second year in a row.

Harry even managed to win the race despite falling over! Six competitors from local businesses and community groups entered the race, which was started by resident John Durrant in 1988.

Harry Hamlin, Funeral Director

"This is the fourth time I have entered and the second time that I've won, it’s not as easy as it looks. Flipping the pancake is the most difficult thing."

Harry was presented with the Tillions Trophy by the town's mayor, Cllr David Garwood.

Councillor David Garwood

"It's fantastic that this event has been going for 30 years. It's one of the great community events in Bradford on Avon and it's nice to see so many people out to watch it taking place."

Harry wins for the second year in a row!

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