West's schools struggling to provide free hot meals
Infant school children across the west of England are being offered free school meals in a bid to help poorer parents struggling to make ends meet.
The new government policy, which it is estimated will save families more than £400 per child a year, has been widely welcomed by parents.
But many schools, including Nunney First School in Somerset, are struggling to provide the hot lunches.
02 Sep 2014
- From the section Somerset