A full English to start your Sunday

The newly refurbished Harrold Centre is now offering a range of facilities and events for the local community including cooked Sunday breakfasts.

The Connolly Foundation gave a major donation to the works to enlarge and improve the original 100-year-old building in order for it to better serve the community, especially in the areas of helping the frail, elderly and education. The main hall is named The Connolly Hall in recognition of the Foundation’s contribution.

The monthly ‘full English’ breakfasts are proving to be very popular with locals and those from further afield. Alison Foster, Borough Councillor for Harrold, Carlton and Odell said, “This is a great way to finish a Sunday morning after a walk in the park. The atmosphere at the Centre is warm and friendly, the breakfast, cooked by local volunteers is delicious. It’s an ideal opportunity for anyone who enjoys the countryside to combine a walk in the park followed by a delicious breakfast in this iconic building.

“Since its refurbishment and enlargement the centre is able to offer a number of facilities including a large hall which can seat up to 130 people, a new atrium and bar facilities, making it suitable for wedding receptions, other parties and celebrations.”

The Harrold Centre breakfasts are held on the first Sunday of each month between 11am – 2pm. For more information visit www.harroldcentre.co.uk