Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Parents hoping to get their children into a breakfast club queued from 3am outside a primary school due to limited space.More than 130 determined parents lined the curb outside the school for the annual breakfast club sign-up.Places at the early morning club are limited and the school operates a first-come, first-serve policy.Grandmother Annett Farrow, 69, left her home in Carmarthen, West Wales, at 1am to secure her place in the queue.She said: “We have been on the road since 1am and got here at 3am.”My son and daughter-in-law are on holiday so we had to come. If it gets them a place it will have been worth it.”We have bought biscuits and crisps – the only problem is the toilets. We have been using the toilets in the hotel opposite.” Grandmother Annett Farrow, 69, left her home in Carmarthen, West Wales, at 1am to secure her place in the queueCredit:Media Wales “If I didn’t have this I would not be able to go to work- I can’t risk not getting a place, I don’t have a plan B.” The 400-pupil primary school, called Ysgol Y Berllan Deg in Cardiff, sends a letter out to parents to alert them to the sign-up date.The breakfast club is a Welsh Government scheme which provides a free, healthy breakfast at school each day.Leanne Taylor, who arrived at the school around 3am, said: “If I drop them off at 8.30 I won’t be getting into work until 10 because of the traffic.