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Making pancakes at Morpeth's barluga for charity with (left to right) Beadle John Snowdon, Jemma Turnbull from barluga and Beadle Glen Mason.
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Making pancakes at Morpeth's barluga for charity with (left to right) Beadle John Snowdon, Jemma Turnbull from barluga and Beadle Glen Mason. REF 0403143590

IT was flipping great in Morpeth this week as tasty treats were served up for charity.

Chef Jemma Turnbull, who works at Barluga restaurant, took centre stage in the Sanderson Arcade piazza to toss pancakes on Shrove Tuesday.

The snacks were cooked in front of customers, who had a choice of toppings, including traditional lemon and sugar, chocolate and strawberry.

The pancakes were sold for £1.95 each, with 50p from every sale going to the Sick Children’s Trust, the arcade’s charity of the year.

Centre Manager Medi Parry said: “We had pancakes in the piazza for the first time last year and it worked really well. We collected quite a bit of money for charity so we thought why not do it again?”

Barluga Manager James Graham said: “We always try to be involved with anything the arcade does for charity and this is for a really good cause.”

 

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