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Mens Breakfast Jan 2018

There was another great turnout for the Gent's Breakfast on Saturday 27 January 2018 at 9.30am. 18 men from the Church Minshull area met at The Badger Inn for a full English breakfast. There was much laughter and merriment and plenty of empty plates.

Tim Boote, who attended the Gent's Breakfast, says, "It was definitely worth getting out of bed for! Tasty breakfast and excellent company. What a great way to start the weekend."

'The Gent's Breakfast', which gives the men of Church Minshull a chance to get-together over a slap-up breakfast, takes place once a month. If you'd like to join the rabble, please contact Rob Jones on rsj99@me.com

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