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Pupils learn how to milk a cow

There will be an unusual lesson on the timetable for children at Whitfield and Aspen School on Wednesday - how to milk a cow.

It's all part of a special event celebrating Farmhouse Breakfast Week’s 10th birthday.

The Whitfield and Aspen School breakfast club will learn how to milk a cow with the help of ‘Daisy’ an artificial milking cow, brought by Rosemary Plommer – a local farmer and former Governor of the school – before enjoying a great Kentish breakfast including tasty produce from local farmers.

School children and their parents are being encouraged to come along and enjoy free eggs, cheese, ham, sausages, milk, toast, jams and honey from local producers.

Farmhouse Breakfast Week is an annual campaign that emphasises the importance of eating a healthy breakfast every day.

On Thursday, Whitfield Farmers’ Market will be also be offering a special low cost Farmhouse Breakfast to market customers.

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