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Mens Breakfast

St Peter's Men's Breakfasts

Welcome to the Men’s Breakfasts! These are be held in the Small Hall, St Peter’s Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale, from 8.15am till 9.30am on a Saturday morning. Come and enjoy good food and good company and hear an interesting speaker. Men from all churches are welcome. Please contact Michael Moore by the preceding Thursday if you wish to attend.
Phone:0161 926 8625    Email:Michael Moore

Dates for 2017 (some speakers to be confirmed)





11 February 2017


Peter Wall


Putting ability into disability

8 April 2017

Simon Cowley

Operations Manager, Acorn Recovery Projects

10 June 2017

Joint Men’s Breakfast with St Mary’s & St Margaret’s at St Mary’s Parish Centre, Bowdon

To be confirmed


16 September 2017

Dr Mounir Hakimi


Chair of Syria Relief

11 November 2017

Luke Cassells

Prostate Cancer UK volunteer

Prostate Cancer Awareness

Last year: In 2016 our speakers were:

Simon Sullivan, Bringing Hope to Prisoners & Ex-Offenders
Simon Talbot, Benefits and Impacts of a UK Shale Gas Industry
Peter Booth, How the Great War changed our lives forever
Revd Keith Addenbrooke, One year on at Hale and Ashley
Richard White, Dunham Massey Deer


Notification of the event appears on church notice boards, in the weekly Welcome to Worship, local shop windows and by e-mail invite.

Approximately thirty men from the local area from St Peter’s, Holy Angels, All Saints’ and other churches attend. 

Men of all ages welcome, so come along; bring a friend, neighbour or colleague and enjoy a good breakfast and thought provoking speaker.

Speaker in conversation

Breakfast table

Everyone is offered fruit juice on arrival. At approximately 8.25 everyone is seated, the breakfasts are served and grace is said.  Then at 9.00 a speaker gives a talk for 15 to 20 minutes on their chosen subject followed by a question and answer session to finish the entire breakfast promptly at 9.30am.

The breakfast comprises fruit juice (usually a choice of two), followed by a full cooked English breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausages, black pudding, tomato and mushrooms (there is no choice as everyone is given a portion of everything).  Rolls, butter, marmalade and copious quantities of tea and coffee are already on the tables for everyone to help themselves. Conversation is usually lively!

As always, our guest speakers have given us plenty to think about.  If you would like to recommend a guest speaker (or be one yourself) please email Michael Moore as we would be delighted to hear from you.

The cost of attending Men's Breakfast is only £5 (except for the speaker who has a free breakfast!).

We usually finish the year with a surplus of donations (once we have covered our food costs) and this is donated to one local and one overseas charity.

Men (of all ages) welcome.