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Breakfast for pupils

PUBLISHED: 10:33 23 January 2008 | UPDATED: 19:29 05 July 2010

CHILDREN and staff at a north Suffolk primary school tucked into a tasty cooked breakfast yesterday as part of National Farmhouse Breakfast week.

The pupils from Reydon Primary School, near Southwold, learnt about local food and farming in a fun- packed morning, before getting up close to four Gloucester Old Spot Piglets and a flock of brown Warren chickens in the school's playground.

CHILDREN and staff at a north Suffolk primary school tucked into a tasty cooked breakfast yesterday as part of National Farmhouse Breakfast week.

The pupils from Reydon Primary School, near Southwold, learnt about local food and farming in a fun- packed morning, before getting up close to four Gloucester Old Spot Piglets and a flock of brown Warren chickens in the school's playground.

The day started with a special farming-themed assembly, and then the whole school took part in a variety of food and farming activities.

The morning ended with the children and staff feasting on a big breakfast bap, filled with local Blythburgh bacon, Lane Farm sausages and free range eggs, all produced in Suffolk and donated by local farmers and businesses.

The breakfast was round off with local Marybelle dairy milk and yoghurt.

Farmhouse Breakfast Week, which runs from January 20 to 26, is an annual campaign that emphasises the importance of eating a healthy breakfast every day.

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