Healthy eating scheme launched

The spar store on Petersgate, Scawthorpe, held a poster competition with Castle Hills primary school to raise awareness of healthy eating. Pictured are the winners Mackensie Turton, eight (left), who won 1st place and Kelsey Fairclough, seven, who won 2nd place. They are pictured with l-r Gareth Lioyd, area manager, Jacqui Wiltschinsky, Assistant director of public health and Donna Couch, store manager. Picture: Marie Caley D2085MC

The spar store on Petersgate, Scawthorpe, held a poster competition with Castle Hills primary school to raise awareness of healthy eating. Pictured are the winners Mackensie Turton, eight (left), who won 1st place and Kelsey Fairclough, seven, who won 2nd place. They are pictured with l-r Gareth Lioyd, area manager, Jacqui Wiltschinsky, Assistant director of public health and Donna Couch, store manager. Picture: Marie Caley D2085MC

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CHILDREN at two Doncaster primary schools joined health bosses to launch a new healthy eating campaign.

The Change4Life Convenience Store campaign has got underway in a bid to boost the fruit and vegetables on offer at Spar stores in Doncaster Road, Armthorpe, and Petersgate, Scawthorpe.

The campaign, run by NHS Doncaster and Spar, also challenged pupils from Armthorpe’s Shaw Wood Primary School and Castle Hills Primary School in Scawthorpe to create a poster to use at the launch.

Castle Hills Primary School’s Mackensie Turton, eight, won the poster competition and was on hand to launch the healthy eating campaign at the Spar store in Scawthorpe alongside seven-year-old Kelsey Fairclough, who came second.