No rise in the cost of school dinners

No rise in the cost of school dinners

No rise in the cost of school dinners

First published in News

The cost of school dinners in Hampshire is set to stay the same for the next year.

County council bosses are set to agree to freeze prices at £2 next week.

But the authority, which serves 10 million meals a year, will be providing free lunches after September this year as part of a policy announced by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.

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