Bridgend County Borough Council will once again be providing food parcels for children eligible for free school meals over the half-term holiday.
This week all pupils eligible for free school meals will receive a food parcel with parcels being delivered to home addresses.
Then, from the week commencing November 2, only those free school meals pupils in Years 9-13 will receive a food parcel, as pupils in Year 7 and Year 8 along with pupils who attend infant, junior, primary and special schools will be back in school.
Anyone who has previously opted out of the provision will not receive a food parcel.
The weekly food parcel contains food items to provide both breakfast and lunch for a child for five days.
The half-term holiday parcels include a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables, pasta, sauces and tinned food.
Food parcels will be delivered in the following areas on the following days:
Food parcel deliveries:
Tuesday – North
Cwmfelin, Garth, Llangynwyd, Maesteg, Nantyffyllon & Caerau
Nantymoel, Ogmore Vale, Pantyrawel, Lewistown, Blackmill, Evanstown & Gilfach Goch
Blaengarw, Pontycymer, Llangeinor, Braich-Y-Cymer, Price Town, Pantygog, Pontyrhyl & Evanstown
Wednesday – Centre/West
Pyle, Kenfig Hill, Cefn Cribwr, North Cornelly, South Cornelly, Nottage, Newton & Porthcawl
Aberkenfig, Bettws, Coytrahen, Brynmenyn, Tondu, Sarn, Bryncethin, Bryncoch & Ynysawdre
Thursday – Town/East
Coity, Litchard, Wildmill, Penyfai, Cefn Glas, Broadlands, Bryntirion, Brackla & Trelales
Penprysg, Pencoed, Coychurch, Heol Y Cyw & Rhiwceiliog