Cornwall’s top school hosts Chamber of Commerce BIG Breakfast
Always a popular date in the Truro High School diary, the event was one of the most well-attended BIG Breakfasts this year providing the perfect opportunity for more than 100 members to meet some new faces, catch up with colleagues and find out more about some of the county’s brightest and best businesses.
The morning was kick-started with non-alcoholic Marmalade Punch on the school lawns before guests enjoyed a delicious breakfast classic alongside some insightful presentations. Topics included the changing face of journalism from Trinity Mirror South West, countryside conservation from CPRE and the Cornwall 100 Club from Cornwall Community Foundation.
Headmaster Dr Glenn Moodie said: “It was great to see so many members of the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce joining us for the Big Breakfast at school again this year. It is always exciting to bring together so many organisations from different sectors to meet and to network. It was a great pleasure to have the opportunity to speak to the members about the progress the School has made over the past year and the uniqueness of what we have to offer to the county’s young women.”
Jason Sugden, Marketing and Events Manager at the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce said: “Once again, Truro High School for Girls did the Chamber proud at this morning’s BIG Breakfast. A full house of delegates enjoyed a ‘stack’ of potato, scrambled egg and smoked salmon, prompting the question ‘could this be a contender for Chamber breakfast of the year?”
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 be shortlisted for the award for best breakfast when the school hosted the event last summer.