Women talk business over pancakes in Skegness

More than 21 business women from across East Lindsey gathered in Skegness this morning to talk business over pancakes.

Tuesday, 28th February 2017, 12:34 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st March 2017, 9:11 am
East Lindsey business woman at their pancake breakfast meeting at Caxton House guest house in Skegness. ANL-170228-132021001

The networking group meets at the award-winning Caxton House guest house in Trafalgar Avenue every two months, hosted by owners Wendy and Paul Seabrook.

Today they celebrated Shrove Tuesday with a special pancake breakfast, served with a selection of savoury and sweet toppings.

The Standard joined chef Paul behind the scenes in the kitchen for a Facebook Live broadcast. Once a head chef at Lloyds of London, Paul shared some tips on making the perfect pancake.

East Lindsey business woman at their pancake breakfast meeting at Caxton House guest house in Skegness. ANL-170228-132002001

Breakfast group organiser Michelle Coe-Baxter, of Duncan and Toplis accountants, had a quick taste before everyone tucked in.

During the breatfast meeting, Wendy and Paul received another award to add to their collection - the East Lindsey Age Friendly certificate awarded by T.E.D.

You can see the full broadcast with tips on making the perfect pancake on the Skegness Standard Facebook page. Are you taking part in a pancake race? Send your pics for publication to chrissie.redford@jpress.co.uk

*Anyone interested in joining the networking breakfast should email Jeanette.Martin@duntop.co.uk

Paul and Wendy Seabrook of Caxton House Guest House in Skegness with their East Lindsey T.E.D Age Friendly award. ANL-170228-131945001
East Lindsey business woman at their pancake breakfast meeting at Caxton House guest house in Skegness. ANL-170228-132002001
Paul and Wendy Seabrook of Caxton House Guest House in Skegness with their East Lindsey T.E.D Age Friendly award. ANL-170228-131945001