Holiday Food Provision -summer 2018

Holiday food provision – summer 2018 (Taken from School’s Extranet)

Feeding Leicester, part of the national Feeding Britain network, is a coalition of Leicester City Council, local charities and community organisations working to provide access to good food for all across the city. The summer holiday clubs are part of a national initiative to make holiday food and fun available to children and families around the country.

3 million children in the UK are at risk of going hungry during school holidays. The summer holiday is particularly hard, as low-income families can struggle to cover the additional food costs over six weeks, particularly in the absence of free school meals.

Holiday clubs have a beneficial effect on children’s health, physical activity levels, educational progress and social skills.

There are a number of clubs operating across the city.


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