Truro High School host Cornwall Chamber of Commerce’s Big Breakfast
The event was one of the most well-attended Big Breakfasts this year, giving more than a hundred CCC members plenty of opportunities to network before listening to presentations which focussed on the Cornish business world post-Brexit.
Members enjoyed fruit smoothies on the lawn and a traditional cooked breakfast with a twist: a full English breakfast kebab.
Headmaster Dr Glenn Moodie said: “It was fantastic to see so many members of the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce joining us for the Big Breakfast at Truro High School today. These networking events are important to so many businesses and other organisations in the county, and it was a great pleasure to have the opportunity to speak to the members about some of the exciting developments at our School over the past twelve months. We were especially pleased that there was a great deal of interest in the engineering projects we are running with our girls.”
Katie Wild, Marketing and Events Manager of Cornwall Chamber of Commerce, said: “Truro High School is always one of our favourite venues to host the Big Breakfast and we couldn’t have asked for a better morning. With perfect weather, a fantastic atmosphere and a delicious breakfast, I think today’s event is an extremely strong contender for our annual awards.”
The Cornwall Chamber of Commerce annual awards recognise those businesses which have excelled throughout the year at Big Breakfast events. Truro High was honoured to receive the award for best breakfast when the school last hosted the event.