Villagers cook up 160 breakfasts in two hours in aid of Cancer Research UK
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More than 150 people turned up to a village community breakfast in aid of Cancer Research UK.
The event was held at the New Victory Hall in Neatishead, on the Norfolk Broads, and saw 160 breakfasts cooked in two hours.
Doreen Dean, organiser, said: 'We chose Cancer Research UK as our 2018 charity as several folks in our villages are dealing with cancer right now and research to manage this disease is so vital.'
All the proceeds, which are expected to be more than £1,400, will be donated to the charity.
Villagers from Neatishead, Barton Turf and Irstead came down for the breakfast, and the event was supported by several local businesses.
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It took place on Saturday, January 13 from 9am to 11am.
Cancer Research UK funds scientists, doctors and nurses to help beat the disease.
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