Hearty breakfast gives Bury pupils a healthy start to the day

Lisa Watson-Cook serving freshly made pancakes to Toby Moore. C120112-1
Lisa Watson-Cook serving freshly made pancakes to Toby Moore. C120112-1

IT WAS brekkie as it should be - the most important meal of the day - and they all showed their appreciation with clean plates at Bury Primary School.

In traditional manner, the school was celebrating national Farmhouse Breakfast Week by tucking into a hearty hot brekkie.

Organised annually by Friends of Bury School (FOBS) the event took place before the start of the school day.

Pupils, their brothers and sisters and parents joined staff and governors to tuck into a buffet breakfast at the school which was cooked using locally-sourced ingredients from eggs and bacon, to bread, mushrooms, milk and tomatoes.

The aim of national Farmhouse Breakfast Week is to highlight the importance of eating a healthy breakfast.

The event at Bury school was funded by the NFU Mutual at Pulborough.