GALLERY: Bacon Buttie Festival is just grand by raising £1,000

Bacon buttie festival, St Peter's Church, March. Paul Roberts cooks up the bacon.

Bacon buttie festival, St Peter's Church, March. Paul Roberts cooks up the bacon. - Credit: Archant

FRY-UP fund raisers were on a roll when they made a massive £1000 by holding a sizzlingly successful bacon buttie festival.

Bacon buttie festival, St Peter's Church, March. Isaac Clark age 3 enjoy's a sausage buttie.

Bacon buttie festival, St Peter's Church, March. Isaac Clark age 3 enjoy's a sausage buttie. - Credit: Archant

The festival, called Return of the Rasher, is the second year that members of St Peter’s Church have broken out the barbecue to cook bacon baps.

Bacon buttie festival, St Peter's Church, March. Variante play to the audience,

Bacon buttie festival, St Peter's Church, March. Variante play to the audience, - Credit: Archant

A range of flavours were on offer from the traditional bacon and egg to the more bizarre of Elvis Roll of bacon, peanut butter, maple syrup and marshmallows and the Chilli Challenge of bacon, sausage, black pudding, burgers, onion with a good dollop of chilli sauce.

Also at the event was a human fruit machine, music and cakes.

Church fund raiser Paul Roberts thanked everybody who got involved and came along to make the event such a huge success.


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“Already plans are in the pipeline for next year’s event which will be Bacon Buttie Bites Back with more flavours and just as much fun.”

All proceeds go towards the upkeep and maintenance of the March town centre church.

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