Vicar dishes out bangers and beans
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
Philip Maynard’s enjoying his breakfast
George Beckingham gets stuck in