Hundreds tuck in to breakfast for top cause

By Connie Osborne Friday 07 March 2014 Updated: 07/03 09:47

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Buy photos » Retired mayor Bob Woodfield MBE, Coun Eric Payne and his wife Maggie tuck into their breakfasts for a good cause. (s)

HUNDREDS of breakfasts were served up as part of a charity fund-raising event to support Alcester’s Dementia Café.

The Alcester Alauna Rotary Club hosted the Big Breakfast morning last Saturday (March 1) in a bid to raise funds for the café which provides a support and information service to people worried about their memory or have dementia.

Hundreds of residents and councillors tucked in to the fry-ups at the Town Hall, including retired mayor Bob Woodfield MBE, Coun Eric Payne and his wife Maggie.

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