Construction firm staff help serve breakfast to school pupils in Eastwood

Sponsors of an Eastwood school’s breakfast club paid a special visit to help serve food and meet pupils.
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East Midlands-based construction experts Clegg Food Projects is sponsoring the latest Breakfast Club initiative run by Greggs, at the Florence Nightingale Academy in Eastwood.

The Clegg Food Projects team visited the Chewton Street school to help serve breakfast to Year 5 and 6 students.

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The Breakfast Club, operated by the Greggs Foundation, provides a free, nutritional breakfast to children who need it, to ensure pupils are prepared for the day ahead.

Oliver Jenkins with children at Florence Nightingale Academy.Oliver Jenkins with children at Florence Nightingale Academy.
Oliver Jenkins with children at Florence Nightingale Academy.

The initiative has been running nationally since 1999 and currently provides breakfasts for about 49,000 schoolchildren at nearly 779 locations each day.

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Oliver Jenkins, Clegg business development manager, said: “It was great to help give back to the local community.

“The Breakfast Club offers schoolchildren the chance to start their day on a positive note. It’s a great initiative to get behind and we’re pleased to help support.”