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Greggs launches new school breakfast clubs where pupils can eat for free

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Bakery giant Greggs has launched two new school breakfast clubs where pupils can eat for free. The clubs, part of 18 now running across Greater Manchester, offer children a free nutritional breakfast before school with options including toast, cereal, fruit, yoghurt, juice, and milk.

And as well as giving youngsters a healthy start to the day, the clubs aim to encourage the kids to chat and engage with school staff before their classes begin.

The region's two new clubs, funded by the Greggs Foundation, are at East Ward Primary School in Bury and Castleton Primary School in Rochdale, the latter also being funded by Decker’s Hospitality Group.

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