School children are being invited to Adams Park this half-term to have a free meal.

Wycombe Wanderers, in association with its Sports & Education Trust and major partner Dreams, are encouraging children across the town to come to the stadium on Thursday, October 29, and Friday, October 30, where hot food will be available to takeaway.

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This comes after the Government decided to reject extending free school meals over the holiday periods – a decision that caused criticism up and down the country.

Wanderers’ David Wheeler initiated the project and plans to be at the stadium over the two-day period.

A hot meal, consisting of fresh vegetables, chicken (halal) along with vegetarian options, will be available for families to take away between 12-2pm on both days.

There will be a maximum of 250 portions to takeaway on each day.

All guests are welcome, with no questions being asked about eligibility for free school meals.

A spokesperson from the club said: “The club believes that if you are in need of support of a fresh and healthy free meal, then we are more than happy to provide.

“The club thanks Will Shaw Catering for spearheading the kitchen, working with his own chefs with help from local restaurant Lata Lata.”

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Produce has been donated from ASDA, Artisan Gourmet Meats, Morrisons, and iPRO Hydrate, with the club’s main sponsor, Dreams, making a financial contribution to further help those in need.

Visitors are asked to wear face masks, adhere to social distancing measures, and use the NHS Track and Trace App on arrival.

Food will be served from the Caledonian Suite, at the far end of the car park.

There will be plenty of on-site parking available.