Young farmers bring home the bacon for Marie Curie

PUBLISHED: 10:29 08 April 2015 | UPDATED: 15:05 15 April 2015

Axminster Young Farmers' Club held a big breakfast to raise funds for Marie Curie. Pictured on the raffle stall are (l to r) Harriet Burrough, Alice Gay and Tom Stuckey. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

Axminster Young Farmers' Club held a big breakfast to raise funds for Marie Curie. Pictured on the raffle stall are (l to r) Harriet Burrough, Alice Gay and Tom Stuckey. Picture: CHRIS CARSON

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Big breakfast fundraiser at Axminster Guildhall is a sizzling success

A steady stream of hungry customers enjoyed a hearty breakfast at Axminster Guildhall on Easter Monday – thanks to the town’s young farmers’ club.

Members manned the kitchens and waited on tables, serving up a variety of tasty dishes - including the always-popular full English, together with cereals, toast and a healthy fruit option.

The event was held in aid of the club’s chosen charity of the year – the Marie Curie Cancer Care - and some 240 breakfasts were served by closing time, raising a magnificent £1,450 for the charity.


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