Vicar dishes out bangers and beans

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Community Breakfast -

The Gill fam­ily: San­dra, Mark and Zoe, whose com­pany, Brake Broth­ers, sup­plied some of the food Vil­lagers tucked into sausages, ba­con, eggs and rounds of toast ga­lore at a char­ity big break­fast.

Staged by Wit­ter­sham and Ebony churches, places were set for around 100 din­ers at Wit­ter­sham vil­lage hall on Satur­day.

Vicar Judy Darkins was among a trio of cooks serv­ing up the break­fast feast, which was held in aid of the read­ing char­ity Beanstalk.

The gath­er­ing raised al­most £700 for the char­ity that pro­vides one-to-one read­ing help in schools to chil­dren in need of ex­tra sup­port.

Con­ti­nen­tal break­fast was also on of­fer and a cake stall plus tombola added to the at­trac­tions.

Cyn­thia Clever­den, spokesman for Wit­ter­sham Church, thanked those who had do­nated food and said: “There was a lovely at­mos­phere on the day. Groups of friends got to­gether and new friend­ships have been formed.”


Wit­ter­sham vil­lage hall’s Com­mu­nity Big Break­fast


Chefs The Rev Judy Darkins, Jean El­liott and Lee Bai­ley


Pic­ture: Paul Amos FM5067274

Philip May­nard’s en­joy­ing his break­fast


George Beck­ing­ham gets stuck in

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