Salisbury Cathedral Choristers Make Pancakes Ahead Of Shrove Tuesday


Young probationers, trainee choristers at Salisbury Cathedral Choir,... News PhotoAsh,Ash Wednesday,Burning,Choir,Creativity,England,Following,Horizontal,Human Interest,Religious Service,Salisbury - England,Salisbury Cathedral,Sunday,Trainee,UKPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesSALISBURY, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 05: Young probationers, trainee choristers at Salisbury Cathedral Choir, burn last year's Palm Sunday crosses to mark next week's Shrove Tuesday and create ash that will be used in the following day's Ash Wednesday service, outside the Canon Precentor house, close to the 13th century Salisbury Cathedral on February 5, 2013 in Salisbury, England. The trainee choristers had to celebrate and learn about Shrove Tuesday a week early as they will be on half-term on pancake day next week. Every year the choristers make pancakes to learn about the meaning of Shrove Tuesday, which is traditionally the day that all fats and flesh are eaten up to prepare for the forty days fast of Lent. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)