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Words and photographs Hannah O’Hanlon
The future generation of Salvation Army bakers produced perfect pancakes under expert guidance.
Pancake professional Margaret Raeside helped Brooke Oxborrow, 12, and Tianna McMillan, 13, make enough of the flat round cakes to feed an army last Saturday.
As well as honing their baking skills in the kitchen, the girls served tables of visitors in the hall.
In addition to freshly flipped pancakes and perfectly packaged home-baking, trinkets and gifts, created at the church’s Make and Munch craft group, were also for sale.
The event raised £154.29 for church funds.
Brooke Oxborrow, Margaret Raeside and Tianna McMillan making perfect pancakes. 50_c08salarmy01
Myrtle Reid, left, holds knitting she created, while Michelle Plant holds a frame made at the church’s craft group. All items were for sale on Saturday. 50_c08salarmy02
Baking stall regular James McKerral holds some of the perfectly-packaged home-baking. 50_c08salarmy03
Some of the colourful handbag charms created at the Make and Munch craft group. 50_c08salarmy04