Pupils enjoy hearty and healthy lunch

Food for Life Partnership Roast Dinner Day at Holy Trinity Primary, Savile Park Road, Halifax. Mark Bywater, Tracey Jackson, Amanda Donnelly and Leon Ballin with pupils Isabel Wade aged six, Siddesh Bharath aged five and Inaaya Imran aged six.
Food for Life Partnership Roast Dinner Day at Holy Trinity Primary, Savile Park Road, Halifax. Mark Bywater, Tracey Jackson, Amanda Donnelly and Leon Ballin with pupils Isabel Wade aged six, Siddesh Bharath aged five and Inaaya Imran aged six.
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Holy Trinity Primary School, Halifax, joined schools across the region and country in a hearty serving of ‘meat and veg’ on national Roast Dinner Day.

The Food For Life Partnership event showcases the work being done by schools and catering staff to revolutionise school meals. Calderdale Council’s coun Simon Young and Calderdale Council’s Michael Holgate and NHS Calderdale CCG’s Tim Shields and others joined school pupils and staff.

Pictured: Mark Bywater, Tracey Jackson, Amanda Donnelly and Leon Ballin with pupils Isabel Wade aged six, Siddesh Bharath aged five and Inaaya Imran aged six.