Raise vital funds for bereaved children by kicking off your day in style with Winston’s Wish.
Winston’s Wish is calling out across the country for families, friends, colleagues and classmates to join them and help raise £50,000 to support bereaved children by hosting a charity breakfast in February 2015.
From the 9th–15th February, which will soon crepe up on us, Winston’s Wish is asking everyone to make their morning special and revive the tradition of the Great British Breakfast! This can be anything from a sturdy full English, to a good ol’ cuppa and toast, to a fancy Continental dish! Let your creative juices flow…
Here are the facts:
When? 9th – 15th February 2014
Where? ANYWHERE! Your home, work, school, village hall, local pub… the possibilities are endless! Host it in the place you were born and bread, or at a super-cool place you’ve bean to recently – we’re open to all options.
What? Breakfast – and it’s up to you! Mull over some muesli, muffins or maple syrup pancakes… think fresh fruit, French toast, fried eggs… bring out some bacon, bagels, baked beans, bananas… Get sizzling with sausages, scrambled eggs, smoked salmon. You could even go glam with a champagne breakfast. The possibilities are endless, but they will all set you up for the day and raise vital funds for bereaved children at the same time.
How much? It’s free to register – that’s a cereal-sly good offer – we just ask that all of your guests donate whatever they can!
We’re delighted to have a glittering list of celebs backing our campaign, and over the coming weeks you’ll see star names sharing their favourite breakfast recipes. Some of our egg-xtraordinary star supporters include Dame Judi Dench, Sol Campbell, Ruby Wax, Heston Blumenthal, Rachel Khoo, Jenny Éclair (mmmm… eclairs), Richard and Judy, Cerys Matthews, Jacqueline Wilson and The Fabulous Baker Brothers. Phew!
It is a known fact that breakfast is an important meal helping everyone, including children, have a more positive, proactive day. When you start with a nutritious and balanced breakfast, you’re getting the energy you need to embrace the morning, refuelling your body and brain and kick-starting your metabolism. Life is so busy nowadays and this most important meal of the day is often forgotten.
Raising a toast to the Great British Brekkie, Chloe Moorhead, Chief Brekker, said:
“This is now our third Winston’s Wish Great British Brekkie and the campaign grows and gets more exciting every year! Every single penny counts and the money raised will make a life-changing difference to bereaved children, young people and their families”.
For more information and to register please visit www.greatbritishbrekkie.org.uk or tweet us @winstonswish using #greatbritishbrekkie
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This post was written by Lucy