Southwold pancake fund-raising night
Tasty pancakes will be flipping through the air in Southwold's St Edmund's Hall tomorrow night to help raise funds to improve the community facility.
The pancake night starts at 6pm and will see the launch of the next stage of the St Edmund's Project(STEP).
Known as STEP 2 money will be raised for improvement work to the hall so it can hold conferences and wedding receptions and hold more plays.
The proposed work will also see air conditioning installed in the Cumberland Road building, which as well as holding many church and social events also hosts the Southwold Summer Theatre.
Hall committee John Bennett said STEP 2 would make the hall more attractive as a venue and improve its ambience.
Other STEP 2 fund-raising events will be held throughout the year.
STEP was set up 20 years ago to raise funds to create a new parish room, which was completed in 1991.
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As well as tucking into sweet and savoury pancakes tomorrow night there will also be live music and a film show.
Tickets cost �5 for adults and �2 for children and are available from Joan Goldsmith at the Millennium Hall office or from Mr Bennett at 1, Barnaby Green.