Forces' veterans fall in for breakfast club hosted by college students
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23rd January 2019

Armed forces veterans and serving personnel can enjoy free tea and coffee at a monthly breakfast club hosted by students from City of Wolverhampton College. 

Learners studying for diplomas in public services and hospitality are supporting the events to give current and former servicemen and women the chance to meet others from the local area.  

The meetings will take place on the first Friday of every month at the college’s Academy restaurant at the Metro One campus in the city centre, with the first one arranged for Friday, 1 February, 9.30-11.00am. 

Visitors will be treated to tea and coffee served by hospitality students and can purchase freshly-made breakfast baps prepared by learners studying for catering qualifications.    

Richard Jones, public services tutor at the college, said: “As part of our commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant, the college has organised the events to give veterans and serving military personnel an opportunity to get together, make new friends and inspire the next generation of servicemen and women.”  

Veterans wishing to attend can drop in at the Metro One campus, Bilston Street, on February 1 or book a place in advance by calling Richard Jones on 01902 821267 or emailing

Veterans Breakfast Club - City of Wolverhampton College
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