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Kids are still opting to visit the local shops and take-aways, rather than queue up for a more expensive "healthy meal". :shock: A minister has said they shouldn't be allowed out of school at dinner time; does this mean he'll subsidise the meal and get more staff? :roll::wink:

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Kids are still opting to visit the local shops and take-aways, rather than queue up for a more expensive "healthy meal". :shock: A minister has said they shouldn't be allowed out of school at dinner time; does this mean he'll subsidise the meal and get more staff? :roll::wink:

 

I remember that when i was at School you were not allowed out at dinner time unless you had your parents written consent or you were one of those who actualy did go home for dinner..

 

 

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Same here. The only time you were allowed out of the school at lunch time was on games day when it was a 45 minute walk to the sports field! :wink::wink::wink:

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That was in the days when school meals were cheap, or even free for some. :roll: We even had free milk (until Thatcher the milk snatcher, knocked it in the head); cod liver oil and orange juice in Primary - thus proving that you can benefit the health of the nation by providing such things "free". :wink:

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