I was delighted to attend an event in Parliament hosted by Kellogg’s to celebrate the importance of breakfast clubs.

While they may seem small and simple, breakfast clubs can often be vital for parents and children, so it is right that we recognise their importance and thank the teachers and staff that give up their time to provide them.

Over the past 18 years, Kellogg’s has invested over £3million in the breakfast club programme, which currently supports 2,500 breakfast clubs, and hosts an annual Kellogg’s Breakfast Club Awards Ceremony to acknowledge this.  

Winning entries receiving a prize of £1,500 to help fund their club. More information on the Breakfast Club Awards can be found here.

I want to thank all the teachers and staff in Sutton, Cheam and Worcester Park that provide our children with a place to have breakfast and prepare for the day, which is often such a relief for working parents.