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By Haddenham Webteam - 14th July 2021 8:18pm
Buckinghamshire council, local organisations and charity groups, have teamed up to provide a summer of fun for children and young people aged 5 to 16 who receive benefits-related free school meals.
Part of the Government's £220 million national Holiday Activities and Food programme (HAF), children can take part in a range of activities from dance, music, sport and art to photography, kayaking and fitness training. Each activity session includes a tasty hot meal and the chance for youngsters to hang out and make new friends.
Find out more about the council's Holiday Activity Fund programme on the Bucks website. Copy-and-paste the following into your browser:
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