A 'soup-er' success
Borough Market traders were given a run for their money yesterday when four local schools set up shop for the third year of the Young Marketeers Winter Sale.
From pea and mint to Moroccan-inspired butternut squash, students sold their homemade soups alongside freshly-baked bread to raise an impressive £453 for Fareshare.
That means 1812 meals can be distributed to vulnerable families across the capital.
Thank you to our funders United St Saviour's Charity and to everyone involved for putting in such an amazing effort!
In other news ...
The Department for Education has just released useful guidance for schools and local authorities on funding available through the Healthy Pupils Capital Fund - the cash raised through the sugary drinks levy.
We're proud to be supporting Jamie Oliver in his quest to stop junk food advertising on TV before 9pm. You can help too!