Char­ity ben­e­fits from big break­fast

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - School Report -

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.”

Pic­ture: Gary Browne FM2691918

Suzanne Crowther, Claire Alldis and son Wil­liam en­joy break­fast in aid of skin char­ity DE­BRA, with waitress Julie French

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