The Biggest Big Breakfast in Pembrokeshire

On Saturday 25 November, in support of the National Prostate Cymru Big Breakfast campaign, Croesgoch Farm Stores in the St David’s Peninsular hosted a breakfast which totally captured the spirit of awareness and support for the Prostate Cymru charity within the farming community of north Pembrokeshire.

More than 200 breakfasts were served at the farm stores raising £2270 in the process. Such was the enthusiastic support for this event, cows were milked earlier than ever, calves, pigs, sheep and poultry were fed and watered in record time and all roads led to Croesgoch Farm Stores. Everyone agreed it was a delicious breakfast and a wonderful gathering of a community which was full of support, not only for the charity, but also for the many men within the area who are currently undergoing treatment for prostate disease.

Not for the first time, Meurig and Mary Harries, along with their daughter and son in law Stephen and Audrey Phillips, who run a number of farming related businesses in Pembrokeshire, have come up trumps with their outstanding support for Prostate Cymru. In 2015 they helped raise over £14000 for Prostate Cymru by hosting the Croesgoch Annual Vintage Tractor Run from their premises. Earlier this year they branded two of their commercial lorries, which travel widely throughout the UK, with the Prostate Cymru logo.

Stephen, who is widely recognised as being able to turn his hand to anything, and was Head Chef on the day, has strongly denied rumours that he has been recruited to appear on the next series of Masterchef.

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