With the school holidays comes the closure of schools. Families are then tasked with finding the additional food for the children who would otherwise be receiving their meal during the school day. It has left a number of families struggling to cope. The issue does not only affect those in receipt of benefits. Working families are also struggling. It has led a group of councillors and volunteers on an estate in Llanelli to provide meals during the day with the help of some local businesses including one of Carmarthenshire's largest businesses Castell Howell and the supermarket Morrisons. Llanelli Online visited the centre in Trallwm to speak to some of the volunteers, the children and the parents. This is our podcast of that visit.
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