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Downing Street has said all 1. 3 million Children would benefit from free school meals in England of a "Covid summer food Fund".
But food banks and charities say the government could Go Further by permanently funding the meals outside of the lecture-free time.'Should not only be for the summer of' Richard Gilpin delivered lunch to families on his bike, when schools are closed
Before the government implemented a scheme to feed, who to free meals, headteacher Richard Gilpin, after the schools closed, the majority of students in March
The current scheme provides eligible to a voucher to the value of over £15 per week per child.
an extension over the summer, as Rashford had asked for a Cost of £120m.
"This can't be just a reaction to a high profile football player for the summer. "
More Than a fifth of the students in Pittville are help on free school meals, the school, and Mr. Gilpin, said the staff had their own food bank.
Neil Gingell, from Melksham in Wiltshire, said the decision was "great", but she has found problems with the voucher scheme and hopes that people can relate to, you get in the summer.
The 45-year-old, who is interested in his partner and three Children , said: "We were vouchers a week behind with the food, then we had two lots, then some of the vouchers didn't work. to give
"If you're going to meals during The Holiday season, then you must do it really.The Need greatest?
they were not able to run, holiday clubs, where meals outside the lecture-free time.
Andrew Forsey, of charity, Feeding Britain, said: "We owe a great debt of gratitude to Marcus Rashford - A Man who has done incredibly well for himself, but has not forgotten his Roots - who made not only money for this cause, but led this successful effort by the government to help dig you out of a big hole. "
The Big help project, which runs a food bank and a food club, in Knowsley, Merseyside, has double the demand, since the lockdown started.
Assistant chief executive Sue Torpey, said: "the demand exploded. So this announcement is very good, but it needs to go over the summer.
"This is the community encouraged and it is never enough.
"The government could change this if he wanted to. There is a Chance. There is an increase in benefits and a reduction in the waiting period for Universal Credit must. "
He Said there were hundreds, thousands "fewer families living in poverty now than in 2010".