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Access Ant does it again at Lowesotft’s annual Pancake Day race!

Seventeen teams and seven mascots took part in Lowestoft’s annual Pancake Day race on a chilly Shrove Tuesday.

Armed with frying pans and chefs’ hats, the Lowestoft Vision event took place outside Beales department store, with crowds lining the course to cheer on the runners.

The event kicked off with the mascot race, with Access Ant from Access Community Trust and Africa Alive’s Reggie the Lion progressing through to the final. They were also joined by Picture Studio’s Pixel Bear and Lowestoft Mascot Kipper who both progressed from heat two. But it was a battle once again between crowd favourite Reggie and Access Ant, with the Ant regaining his trophy from 2015.

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