Big breakfast raises record £827

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The BIG Breakfast held on Sunday 16th December, raised an amazing £827.53, and is the most that has ever been raised at a breakfast.

All monies raised will be used to maintain and improve the Village Hall.

The Hall now has FREE superfast WiFi, and we will shortly be investigating the purchase of a portable PA system.

The Breakfasts are now a great Community event, and it is very encouraging that we are attracting more Villagers who have never attended before.

The next BIG Breakfast is planned for Sunday 9th June, which is the Open Gardens weekend.

A huge Thank You to everyone who attended the BIG Breakfast, and everyone who supports the Village Hall.

Roger Hampton
Chairman
Curry Rivel Village Hall Management Committee

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