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Free fry-ups prove to be a tasty treat

17:17 19 January 2013

LOCAL TREAT: A free cooked breakfast was provided for customers at the Beccles famers market. The market

LOCAL TREAT: A free cooked breakfast was provided for customers at the Beccles famers market. The market's co-organiser Liz Hall is pictured with her breakfast.

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A sizzling treat was served to loyal customers as people in Waveney were encouraged to start the day the best way – with a delicious breakfast.

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Beccles Farmers Market celebrated Farmhouse Breakfast Week as free fry-ups were provided for customers using local ingredients sourced from stalls at the popular market at Beccles Heliport on Ellough Airfield.

The market, which has been running for almost 13 years, attracted a good turn-out on Saturday despite the conditions. Hungry customers tucked in to locally-produced sausages, bacon, eggs, mushrooms and rolls as the stall holders thanked them for their backing.

Market co-organiser and Hundred River Beef stall holder, Elizabeth Hall, said: “This is about giving something back to our customers for their continued support.”

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