IT'S the most wonderful day of the year (in this humble reporter's opinion)...

No, not Christmas Day, or even Valentine's Day, but Pancake Day.

Shrove Tuesday takes place tomorrow (February 13), but tasty events will be taking place throughout the week in Milford Haven.

A pancake and coffee morning will be held by Hubberston Mothers Union on Tuesday, February 13, 10am to noon.

The event will take place at St Mary’s Church, Hakin, and will include stalls and a raffle.

St Katharine Mothers Union is hosting a pancake morning tomorrow (February 13) from 10am till noon in the Church Hall.

£2.50 per person.

The Mount Community Centre, which re-opened last month, is hosting a pancake party on Thursday, February 15.

Between 3.30pm and 5pm, perfect for an after-school snack.

A drink plus two pancakes with toppings of your choice for only £1.

Elsewhere in Pembrokeshire, the Mothers' Union will hold a pancake tea at Robeston Wathen Village Hall at 2pm on February 13.

Tenby's annual pancake race takes place on February 20.

Held in aid of Tenby RNLI, the event is staged in Tudor Square and gets underway at noon, with races for all age groups.

Participants must bring along their own frying pan and pancakes and be prepared to run 60 metres while tossing their pancakes.

There are prizes to be won, and all chefs, adults and children are welcome to participate.

Entry donation is £3 per runner.

What is Pancake Day?

Pancake Day was originally known as Shrove Tuesday, which comes from 'shrive', meaning absolution for sins by doing penance.

The date moves around because it is determined by when Easter falls.

As such it can take place any time between February 3  and March 9 each year.

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