Ashton on Mersey restaurant serves up a breakfast treat for charities

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AFTER its successful charity breakfast last year, the Fat Loaf in Ashton-on-Mersey village is repeating the event.

In 2013, the breakfast raised £700 for St Ann's Hospice.

Nurdan Taylor, wife of manager Paul, later boosted the takings to £2,000 after running in the London marathon.

This year, breakfast will be served at either 9 or 10.30am on Saturday, February 1.

Paul Taylor said: "The full English breakfast plus tea or coffee, toast and juice will cost just £10."

All the proceeds will go to the Kirsty Club and Francis House.

This year, John Ratcliffe, the chef, will compete for the two charities in the Manchester marathon on April 6.

To book the breakfast or sponsor John, telephone 0161 972 0397.

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