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‘Wear Your Worst Woolly’ at Carfax Pancake Races

JPCT 190213 S13080822x  Horsham Rotary charity pancake races in the Carfax. Nat West team   -photo by Steve Cobb

JPCT 190213 S13080822x Horsham Rotary charity pancake races in the Carfax. Nat West team -photo by Steve Cobb

On Tuesday 18th February as part of the annual Pancake Races held each year in the Carfax there will be a ‘Wear Your Worst Woolly Jumper’ competition for children and parents to enter with prizes for the brightest and woolliest creations.

Come to town with your brightest, fluffiest or most garish jumper and on the day you can add to it with free arts and crafts that will be in a marquee in the Carfax courtesy of Shopfest Craft Den. Make woolly bobbles to give your jumper an extra something or add contrasting coloured wool to really stand out.

The activities will be open to all from 10am so bring the children down to enjoy some crafts whilst watching the races. With staff and volunteers on hand to help jazz up your jumper its fun for the kids and best of all, completely free.

In addition there will be Face Painting and freshly made Crepes for sale.

Lead by children’s entertainer Dave Benson Philips, judging will take place in the Carfax after the Pancake Races at about 3pm, with prizes for the winners.

There are 3 categories for children – Age 5-6, 7-8 and 9-11, plus a category for worst adult creation.

Age UK Horsham District have been running their Spread The Warmth campaign throughout winter in an attempt to raise awareness and funds to support the vulnerable older people of Horsham district during winter and this competition has been arranged in partnership with Horsham rotary and HDC to bring the campaign to a close for another year.

If you would like to donate or learn more about supporting local people in later life, visit www.ageukhorshamdistrict.org.uk

Bring the kids down on the 18th for a wacky, woolly day and they could win a prize for taking part.

If the weather has been poor, please check the Rotary website www.horshamrotary.org.uk in the morning to check that the event is still on as the racing is dependent on suitable underfoot conditions.

Contributed by Horsham Rotary.

 

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