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Big Breakfast 2018

The first course of the Greater Alton Project's travelling meal took place on Saturday 21st April. It was indeed a BIG breakfast, both numerically (around sixty people) and in terms of the superb spread of food provided! It was intended as a social gathering, and judging by the buzz of conversation it achieved that purpose!
The catering volunteers did a magnificent job in the kitchen, serving up a first-rate full English breakfast along with fruit juice, a wide range of cereals, toast and rolls, as well as a fine Continental spread.
Thanks were expressed to Sainsbury's for providing some of the food, and although the event was not planned as a fund-raiser, the proceeds of over £270 will be passed on to the GAP Anna Chaplaincy.

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