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£619 was raised at the BIG Breakfast held last Sunday 15th April. A huge thank you to everyone that attended.
Special thanks to Scriven's the butchers who provided the Bacon, Sausages and Eggs, and to One Stop who supplied bread.

All funds, raised at the BIG Breakfasts during the year, go towards the running of the hall, whilst efforts are continually ongoing to make improvements to the fabric of the building.
The Village Hall has recently replaced the lighting in the Chatham Room, with low energy LED lights, that use half the electricity than the previous lighting. Also the hall now has Baby Changing facilities.

Nice to think my Full Breakfast, endless cups of coffee and lashing of buttered toast helped.... Also the Village Hall Committee and helpers were slaving away cooking hundreds of eggs, etc.... I must remember to bring Worcester Sauce next time.........ED

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