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Grub's up at school as Lord Mayor tucks in.

COVENTRY'S Lord Mayor sat down with hungry children at Keresley Grange school to tuck into a hearty meal on National Roast Dinner Day last week.

The event was held as part of the Food for Life Campaign.

It aims to get all schools across the country to provide a good old fashioned roast dinner for pupils.

Coventry school children already rate roast dinners as one of their favourites and it is available on the school meal menu every Wednesday.

The Lord Mayor, Coun Brian Kelsey, said: "Just like Coventry school children I really enjoy a roast dinner.

"It's a great British tradition and apart from it being a healthy meal it's something that the whole family can sit down and eat together."

Coventry's new two-week menu was officially launched last week and for pounds 1.85 children get a two course lunch, a drink, unlimited salad and bread.

Every meal on the menu is nutritionally analysed, ensuring children get the nutrients and energy they need to enjoy the day's activities and learning."

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