Research finds Farnham is full of 'brunchers'


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RESEARCH by a Holt Pound pub has found Farnham is a self-confessed town of ’brunchers’, with 53 per cent of residents admitting to eating brunch multiple times a week.

The breakfast-lunch hybrid has seen a massive boost in popularity, with 39 per cent of people saying they eat brunch more often now than they did 18 months ago.

An indulgent 13 per cent treat themselves every day - rising to 28 per cent among 18- to 24-year-olds questioned.

The OnePoll survey was undertaken by the Ball & Wicket pub in Holt Pound.

More than half of those questioned - 51 per cent - believe brunch adds something special to the day that other meals can’t match.

Coming away feeling relaxed is another big benefit for the same number of respondents, and 48 per cent say brunch makes them feel happy.

Dean Oxborough, general manager at the Ball & Wicket, said: "For a long time now, brunch has been the preferred - if not revered - weekend meal for many of us."

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