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Stack and Still Pancake proceeds to be donated to Cash for Kids

Cash for Kids this pancake day at Stack and Still

Stack & Still, will be partnering with Radio Clyde Cash for Kids Charity this Pancake Day, Tuesday 25th February.

Stack & Still will be donating all revenue from pancake sales to the charity on the day. The pancake pioneers are aiming high with a £20,000 target for the day across their three venues – West George Street, Silverburn and Glasgow Fort.

Paul Reynolds co-owner of Stack & Still flips a pancake watched by youngsters from the Pavilion Youth Cafe in Easterhouse with Cash For Kids mascot Courage The Cat and Radio Clyde DJ Greigsy.

STACK & STILL CONFIRM ALL PANCAKE PROCEEDS TO BE DONATED TO CASH FOR KIDS THIS PANCAKE DAY   Stack & Still, the UKÕs largest urban pancake destinations, has today announced, they will be partnering with Radio Clyde Cash for Kids Charity this Pancake Day, Tuesday 25 February.   Stack & Still will be donating all revenue from pancake sales to the charity on the day. The pancake pioneers are aiming high with a £20,000 target for the day across their three venues - West George Street, Silverburn and Glasgow Fort.  Pictured Paul Reynolds co-owner of Stack & Still flips a pancake watched by youngsters from the Pavilion Youth Cafe in Easterhouse with Cash For Kids mascot Courage The Cat and Radio Clyde DJ Greigsy.     Photograph by Martin Shields  Tel 07572 457000 www.martinshields.com © Martin Shields
STACK & STILL CONFIRM ALL PANCAKE PROCEEDS TO BE DONATED TO CASH FOR KIDS THIS PANCAKE DAY
Stack & Still, the UKÕs largest urban pancake destinations, has today announced, they will be partnering with Radio Clyde Cash for Kids Charity this Pancake Day, Tuesday 25 February.
Stack & Still will be donating all revenue from pancake sales to the charity on the day. The pancake pioneers are aiming high with a £20,000 target for the day across their three venues – West George Street, Silverburn and Glasgow Fort.
Pictured
Paul Reynolds co-owner of Stack & Still flips a pancake watched by youngsters from the Pavilion Youth Cafe in Easterhouse with Cash For Kids mascot Courage The Cat and Radio Clyde DJ Greigsy.
Photograph by Martin Shields
Tel 07572 457000
www.martinshields.com
© Martin Shields

 

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