A Flippin' Good Pancake Party

Home » News » Hutton Rudby Pancake Party
Stokesley Methodist Circuit
Stokesley Methodist Circuit
Stokesley Methodist Circuit

This Shrove Tuesday I found myself at Hutton Rudby Hub, where Rebecca was using their photocopier to produce the new circuit directories. I helped her fold and staple, which was hard work and my paws were aching when I heard the noise of people and soon I could smell the pleasant aroma of food cooking.

Going downstairs we discovered that there was a pancake party being held in aid of Water Aid. I couldn't resist especially when I saw you could have three different flavours of pancake filling! There was a choice of savoury and sweet pancakes — I went for the sweet option.

Whilst we were waiting for the pancakes there was a Water Aid quiz to complete. It was multiple choice so even the answers I didn't know I could guess. We were the first to arrive and had the first pancake of the evening but it was long before the room filled up and the orders for pancakes started coming in, ably handled by the waiters and waitresses.

It was certainly a flippin' good pancake party thanks to the hard work of everyone involved!

You may also be interested in

Bible month
: Mon 13 Jan 10:55am

Saturday 1st February at Trinity Methodist Church, Middlesbrough, TS5 4JS10 am — 4pm.We have Dr Rachel Starr is our Keynote Speaker. Rachel is the Methodist Tutor in Biblical Studies at Queens Foundation and will also be running a Bible Study workshop during the day. Rachel has written the material for the resource book — so she will offer much knowledge and insight!Throughout the day...

forget me not
: Mon 13 Jan 10:11am

Forget Me Not Cafe 3rd Birthday, 2pm on Tuesday 28th January at Stokesley Methodist Church The café was established three years ago to provide support to dementia sufferers and those who looked after them. It is essentially a friendship group which is valued by those with dementia and their carers who we know often feel isolated and need support. Carers tell us they relish the opportunity...

Book Club
: Mon 13 Jan 9:47am

Book Club meets for discussion: Friday 7th February 2020 at 11am followed by a Soup Lunch All WelcomeThis month's book is 'First Light' by Brodie ThoeneGo back in time to first-century Jerusalem. It's a dark time in the world's holiest and most turbulent city. Walk with Peniel, the blind beggar who longs for rescue from his suffering. Peek into the lives of Susannah and...