Charity benefits from big breakfast
People enjoyed a free charity breakfast at Frankie & Benny’s before making a donation to the restaurant chain’s national charity for the year.
The eatery at Eureka Leisure Park offered free meals, along with tea and coffee, for a charitable donation on Friday morning.
The restaurant made £170, while other Kent restaurants managed a further £527, to go to national skin charity DEBRA, which supports people with epidermolysis bullosa, a genetic skin blistering condition.
Frankie & Benny’s spokesman Bethan Peel said: “There was no minimum donation, so people could just give as much or as little as they wanted and it has done really well.”
Suzanne Crowther, Claire Alldis and son William enjoy breakfast in aid of skin charity DEBRA, with waitress Julie French