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Confusion over summer holiday free school meal voucher scheme

Confusion over summer holiday free school meal voucher scheme

Published by Helen Down at 6:31pm 15th July 2020. (Updated at 6:33pm 15th July 2020)

Cornwall Council says families in receipt of free school meal vouchers won't have to re-apply for the summer holidays.

Their message comes after a surge of enquiries to the authority about the scheme.

It's confirmed vouchers will be sent to those already in receipt for the whole summer break.

Cornwall Council is advising anyone still unsure to contact their child's school or go to their website.

 

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