IT'S time to get flipping for a good cause. 

Launchpad's annual Pancake Day Race - supported by the Reading Chronicle - takes place on Tuesday (February 13).

Races will gather in Broad Street from 11.45am, with the race starting at 12.30pm.

All 36 spaces for the Pancake Race are now filled, but residents are encouraged to come along and cheer the teams.

Egged on by cheering crowds a flipping eggstraordinary £4,200 was raised from entry fees, sponsorship and a bucket collection last year.

Field Seymour Parkes Solicitors won the eggciting final, MFG finished runners-up with Davis Tate in third place.

Calcot Services for Children raised over £500 in sponsorship and yet again were deserving winners of the Team Spirit Award.

Topsy Turvey Ted the mascot from the Broad Street Mall won Best Fancy Dress for his sterling effort during his leg of the pancake relay.

Field Seymour Parkes were very happy with their win. “We enter every year and came in second last year to Blandy & Blandy so it was quite nice to beat them this time around!

“It’s all great fun, Launchpad are one of our clients and we work with them throughout the year and want to show them our support.”