National School Free Fruit Scheme

6th July 2001 at 01:00
More than 80,000 children in England are now part of a pilot for the National School Free Fruit Scheme.

David Lee, head of Claregate Infant School in Wolverhampton, said: "It is going very well. The children have even had melons and paw-paws. If there is any left over they take it home."

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