Having a flipping good time in Bradford on Avon
Many spectators came to watch employees from local businesses in Bradford on Avon for the annual pancake race.
Employees were all dressed in fancy dress ready to compete in the race across the historical town bridge which was closed off especially for the occasion.
Each competitor was sponsored by members of the public and eachother to raise funds for the town's Christmas Lights.
The people came along with freshly made pancakes made by residents and local chefs and their frying pans to take part in the event.
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Elle Camp, 29, from Christine's Sustainable Supermarket in Bradford on Avon said: "It sounded like a bit of a laugh, there were a lot of people watching us and a few sponsors."
Each participant wore fancy dress which included Batman, a banana, a Scotsman, French Maids and a bunny rabbit.
Luke Brennan, 18, an employee at the Bradford on Avon branch said: "This really brings out the community spirit, it's a great event for the local community and we have raised quite a bit in sponsorship for the Christmas Lights which is brilliant."
Earlier in the day a smaller event was held for young children to take part in the Pancake festivities.
Trowbridge and Chippenham also held their own pancake race.Check out our Pancake Day gallery here.