All 12,000 primary schoolchildren in Blackpool will receive free breakfast for three months as part of a pilot scheme.
Pupils will be provided with fruit, yoghurt, toast, bagels, cereal bars and juice.
The scheme will run as a trial for three months and may be extended throughout the school year.
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