STAFF at Wilton Place Care Home were delighted to host the Wilton Men's Shed for breakfast.

A group of gents from the group, which is designed to offer a sanctuary for locals, enjoyed their monthly full English on Monday, April 29.

Head chef was sizzling by 7.30am to create the breakfast fit for a king.

The shed’s intention is to prevent social exclusion by promoting the opportunity for friendships, social engagement and skill sharing.

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The shed is a safe and enjoyable environment, in which members can meet and carry out creative projects acceptable to the Shed and of their own choosing, individually, jointly and for the benefit of the wider community.

Salisbury Journal: Members of Wilton Men's Shed.Members of Wilton Men's Shed. (Image: Supplied)

Antoinette Roberts, Wilton Place’s General Manager had everyone laughing as she served up the sausages.

She said: “It’s such a pleasure to set the gents up for a busy day at the shed.

"We are proud to support our local community and the great work the shed does in bringing gents together for a united purpose whilst providing this great repair service to local residents."