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Proper start to the day


THERE is nothing like a good breakfast, and the coffee shop in Derby Cathedral Centre regularly provides one. It recently excelled itself with a Farmhouse Breakfast Week.

The menu was mouth-watering: smoked bacon from Bolsover, Redwood smoked salmon with scrambled eggs, devilled tomatoes from the village of Melbourne on granary toast, Derbyshire oatcakes with Derby Cheddar, fresh wholegrain bread, and fresh hot croissants with home-made preserves.

Among those who sampled a breakfast was the Bishop of Derby, Dr Alastair Redfern (right). The coffee shop has already won the Derbyshire Food and Drinks Award and the Taste of England gold award, and will represent the region at the national final in April.

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