Children and young people in Salford are all set for a range of activities this Easter and those on free school meals can continue to receive them.
The council has joined together with schools and organisations to provide an action-packed Easter from Monday 4 April to Thursday 7 April.
The activities include baking and cooking, arts and crafts, sports and music.
Councillor Sharmina August, Lead Member for Inclusive Economy, Anti-Poverty and Equalities at Salford City Council said: “This new announcement that our support continues is great news for young people who will be able to try new experiences and make new friends in a fun and safe environment.
It is important that no child goes hungry in this great city and young people on the scheme who receive school meals will continue to get them.
“The campaign follows on from the scheme last year and is once again delivered in partnerships with brilliant organisations across Salford.”
The activities are open for children aged from four to 16-year-olds in Salford.
- Date published
- Thursday 17 March 2022