Looking for a pancake race to attend? here's our guide to what's on and when.

Wimborne's pancake race will take place at the Minster church once again on Tuesday, February 13.

The event - the 21st since the race was revived in 1998 following a 16-year absence - will begin at 11am.

Participants are asked to meet outside the main entrance by 10.30am to enrol. Runners should have frying pans and cooked pancakes.

The first heat will be run while the church's pancake bell is tolled.

Challengers over the age of 18 can compete for a new trophy, the John Loder Memorial Cup, which will replace the Old Bakehouse Café Perpetual Challenge Cup originally given by Martyn and Kathy Curtler in 1998.

The winner's plate on the Old Bakehouse cup is now full, so the new trophy will be presented by the same donors in memory of Mrs Curtler's father John Loader.

Mr Loader was a Rotarian and magistrate. In addition, he helped to organise the town and river carnivals.

All are welcome to take part in races on the day. Entry forms are available in the Minster or Church House, although participants can also register on the day.

Christchurch's popular charity pancake race takes place on the bowling green opposite The Kings Arms Hotel from 10am on Tuesday, February 13.

There will be races for children aged between five and eight years-old with another race for youngsters aged between nine and 12-years-old

There’s no need to pre-register for the children’s races, little ones can just turn up on the day.

Adults can also take part with businesses urged to sign up for the event. Entry costs £25 for a team of four and there’s a maximum of two teams per business.

The Pavilion will be turned into a pop-up café serving a selection of pancakes, waffles, bacon baps and coffee.

The event is part of the annual Christchurch Food Festival and money raised will go towards the festival’s own charity, the Education Trust, which helps educate, advise and train on healthy eating especially to schools

To register, visit christchurchfoodfest.co.uk/whats-on/pancake-race/

The second annual Burley pancake race takes place on Saturday, February 10 at midday. There will be races for children, dogs and their owners, a three-legged race and an egg and spoon race. There will be stands selling pancakes, hot drinks, cider and local beer. Bring your own frying pan. Takes place at Manor Park behind the Queens Head. Costs £4 for adults and £1 for children.