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10-year-old Dan Newton has a rare dairy allergy and has written a dairy-free cookbook. These are a few of his favourite recipes.
From September Cumbrian schools will have an extra £1.15m to make sure all 4-7 year olds get free school meals.
Dan Newton has a rare liver condition called galactosemia, which means he can't eat dairy.
He's now using his condition as inspiration for a new cookbook that he's selling at his school.
The 10-year-old was first diagnosed with the condition when he was just six-days-old, as his parents Hayley and Richard, told us:
A ten-year-old boy from Cumbria has written and published his very own, dairy-free, cookbook.
Dan Newton has a rare condition called galactosemia, which means he can't eat dairy.
He's been selling signed copies of his book at his school, Braithwaite Church of England Primary.
From September, primary schools in Cumbria will see the number of school meals they produce rise from just over 2000 to 15,000.
They'll receive more than a million pounds more to spend on meals, but one school claims it'll cost a lot more and schools will end up out of pocket.
Fiona Marley Paterson reports.
More than a fifth of primary school children have never visited a farm, according to research. Nearly a third believe cheese comes from plants.
A young couple from Dalston want to change all that.
They've leased four acres of land to create an education centre and they've teamed up with Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to get their message across.
From September Cumbrian schools will have an extra £1.15m to make sure all four to seven year olds get free school meals.In Cumbria 2168 children get free school meals but in September it will be 15,000.
That's because at the moment it's only for low income families but the government has set aside more money so all children in reception, year 1 and year 2 will get them.
Carsphairn Primary has been closed due to Power Failure. It is due to re-open on the 9th June at 9am.
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A ten-year-old boy from Cumbria has written and published his very own cook book.
Dan Newton is allergic to dairy and filled the book with dairy-free recipes.
He was selling signed copies of the book at Brathwaite Church of England Primary school yesterday and told us some of his favourites recipes.
15,000 children in Cumbria could be entitled to free school meals from this September, if the County Council gives the decision the go-ahead.
Councillors are expected to approve the plans, after new national legislation ruled all schools should give pupils in reception and years one and two a free school meal.