Parents are calling for a man who has set up a mobile junk food shop outside a city school selling half price fizzy drinks, sweets and crisps to children as the arrive and leave to be banned.
The man has been arriving at Nottingham’s Ellis Guilford School in a Suzuki Wagon stocked with the sugary goodies for some time despite pleas from the school’s headteacher for him to leave.
Now the school has asked the City Council to act and in the next few days a decision is expected on a ban. It’s one of a number of schools across the city where similar traders are operating.
School headteacher Sally Coulson said:
Nottingham City Councillor Alex Norris said: