LINCONSHIRE Co-operative has launched a competition for primary schools, which will enable 65 schools to win £ 1,000 worth of school meals equipment. Pupils have been invited to design a plate with a healthy message.
The winner will receive £ 1,500 of school meals equipment plus the design will be printed on 6,500 plates that are being produced. The 64 runner-ups will receive £ 1,000 of school meals equipment.
The launch of the competition took place to coincide with Jamie Oliver's healthy eating for schools campaign in Lincoln.