The launch of this scheme is the culmination of a great deal of hard work to ensure that the children of Blackpool get the best possible start to their day and are able to maximise their ability to succeed in school.
We hope that making sure young people are properly fed in the morning will help them to focus on learning and help teachers to do their job.
There will be no discrimination between those families that can afford it and those that cannot, every pupil will be able to start their school day fed and ready to learn.
More top news
The Betfred Super League fixture between Wigan Warriors and Widnes Vikings scheduled for this Friday (February 24) has been postponed.
Around 800 properties in the North West remain without electricity, as engineers from Electricity North West work to restore power.
Wayne Rooney has announced he is staying at Manchester United in a statement released on Thursday.