By Tarvin Webteam - 6th November 2013 6:30am
This year's National School Meals Week is taking place from 4 to 8 November. The Great
School Lunch is this year's initiative to get as many pupils in England and Wales to try a school lunch during the week, and hopefully some will chose them more often after sampling a lunch.
Cheshire West and Chester were the first local authority in England to sign up to the
They have chosen Thursday 7 November as the day that they will provide a free meal to all the pupils in primary and special schools wherever they provide the service. They normally provide 12,000 primary meals per day, and on the 7 November aim to provide 23,000!
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Here at Tarvinonline we thought this was an opportunity for all our Primary School followers to let us know if you had a free lunch on Thursday, was it good or bad, and what could be done to improve it (if anything). We would also like your pictures of the food so that old people like us can see what we are missing.
You can send your comments by email to email@example.com with the subject "School Dinner". Don't forget to attach your photos too! We will then publish all the comments and the photos on Tarvinonline.
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