With the summer holidays now underway, keeping the children occupied can be an ordeal. Not only is there the issue of getting them out from in front of the TV and outside, but there’s also the cost involved in taking part in the many activities and events that are taking place across Barrow and Furness and beyond.
One other factor, that’s often ignored, is that parents and guardians have to feed the children while they’re off school. If your child normally receives free school lunches, then being in the position where you’ve got to find the money to make sure they eat properly throughout the day can be a massive challenge.
That’s where Barrow Foodbank Brunch Club can help.
You and the children can enjoy free lunch and craft activities throughout the school holidays at different churches in Barrow.
The clubs offer the chance to relax, have fun and make new friends
The scheme runs from Friday 26th July through to Friday 30th August with sessions taking place between 11am and 1pm
So where does it take place?
Brunch Club takes place in the following churches:
Mondays: Hartington Street Methodist Church
Wednesdays: Abbey Road Baptist Church
Fridays: St. Francis Church, Ormsgill
So get involved and take some of the stress away this summer. There’s fun, food, activities and friendship to be enjoyed! All are welcome!