In celebration of National Farmhouse Breakfast Week, Jordans Mill is challenging the people of Biggleswade to tell them the most unusual place they’ve eaten breakfast.
You might have already had breakfast in an unusual place or you might want to rise to the challenge and find an unusual place to eat your first meal of the day, whatever it is Jordans Mill wants to hear from you.
Entry into the competition is free and simple and can be done via Facebook or email. Simply visit Jordans Mill’s Facebook page for more information.
The photo with the most likes at the end of the competition will be deemed the winner and will receive a free breakfast for two in the Riverside Café and a tour of the Mill and Garden with Bill himself plus a Jordans Cereals breakfast hamper.
Bill Jordan, Trustee of Jordans Mill, said: “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and we fully support the HGCA’s National Farmhouse Breakfast Week campaign.