#StandUpForEarlyYears: Nurseries 'do their bit' and join Marcus Rashford campaign against holiday hunger

Catherine Gaunt
Thursday, October 29, 2020

Nurseries and pre-schools have been providing lunch parcels to children and delivering meals to foodbanks during half term, as public pressure mounts on the Government over its decision not to extend free school meals during the holidays.

Bebe Laudan, head chef at Fennies Nurseries in Epsom, preparing meals to be distributed by Epsom & Ewell foodbank, which has experienced a 245 per cent rise in demand for its services since the start of the year
Bebe Laudan, head chef at Fennies Nurseries in Epsom, preparing meals to be distributed by Epsom & Ewell foodbank, which has experienced a 245 per cent rise in demand for its services since the start of the year

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