THERE were clean plates and full stomachs following another successful Tardebigge Breakfast which raised more than £4,000 for two charities.

Bromsgrove Farmers Club served up a bumper breakfast which included a traditional English breakfast as well as popular cereals and fruit.

There were lots of hungry people at the village’s community hall with the volunteers serving over 450 breakfasts throughout the recent event.

This year’s Tardebigge Breakfast was another hit raising £4,112 which has been split between Primrose Hospice and Cancer Research UK.

Anna Wilson, community fundraiser at Primrose Hospice, said the charity was grateful to receive £2,056 which would go towards services supporting people with life-limiting conditions and their families.

“The Tardebigge Breakfast is a highlight for many people and is so well supported by the local community.

“We are incredibly grateful to organisers Helen Hirons, Sarah May, Bromsgrove Farmers Club and all the volunteers who work so hard to feed so many people.

“Thanks also to everyone who donated, they have helped to keep Primrose Hospice’s services free for people with life-limiting conditions and their families."