Free meals for poverty-stricken families in Angus will be offered during the October holidays after the success of a summer “experiment” to tackle holiday hunger.
No child in Fife will go hungry during the school holidays this summer, Fife Council has vowed.
Fife Council’s innovative holiday lunch club served up an astounding 6,651 meals during the Easter holidays.
Fife Council is launching an Easter pilot scheme to provide a midday meal for families facing holiday hunger.
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A new fund to stop children going hungry during the school holidays will be put forward in Angus Council’s draft budget.
A lifeline could be thrown to hundreds of children whose lives are blighted by so-called holiday hunger.
Thousands of free meals are being served to children from underprivileged families across Tayside and Fife this summer in a bid to combat "holiday hunger".
Children who face going hungry through the holidays without a school meal are among those being targeted by action to tackle the region’s food crisis.
A risk that some children will go hungry without school meals during the summer holidays has prompted a plea to Fife Council.