Bacon served up at big Brixington breakfast

PUBLISHED: 14:26 14 October 2009 | UPDATED: 12:05 10 June 2010

HUNGRY stomachs were left feeling content after scores of people turned out to take part in a large-scale breakfast event at Brixington Community Church. Exmouth mayor Darryl Nicholas and councillors Trevor Cope and Dave Chapman, joined the men s group

HUNGRY stomachs were left feeling content after scores of people turned out to take part in a large-scale breakfast event at Brixington Community Church.

Exmouth mayor Darryl Nicholas and councillors Trevor Cope and Dave Chapman, joined the men's group at the community church for a plate of bacon, eggs and beans last Saturday, October 10.

Dave Fulls, of Roundhouse Lane, who organised the event, said: "We all had an enjoyable time and our pastor, Simon Atkinson, gave a short talk to conclude our time together."

The community church raised £100 to be donated to the Baptist Mens Movement.

The breakfast initiative was launched last year.

Bob Pengelly-Phillips, the movement's chairman, said: "This is a great way to bring men together for a time of fellowship, fun and food.


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