With the latest news from parliament on school meals still not being made available to our city’s most vulnerable families, Holiday Hunger continue their fight to eradicate the problem.
Operating for almost two years now, the team have been feeding local underprivileged children across the city with over 60,000 meals delivered to date.
Chris Brown, Managing Director of both Wonton Liverpool, and Gourmet Social has decided to close both restaurants during the half term and will be dedicating both sites to solely feeding local children who would normally rely on a free school meal.
Both Wonton Liverpool and Gourmet Sefton will be offering a hot meal, drink, and dessert all of next week, plus free drinks for parents/ careers. Both restaurants sustain the holiday hunger project and have done for some time, the latest addition being Wonton which is located on Ranelagh street next to central station.
Seating availability allows up to 70 seats socially distanced over the two floors at Wonton and 30 seats at Gourmet.
Wonton will also be offering a ‘Walk-in’ service, visitors can show up and receive their meal, while at Gourmet please contact Marie Savin on 07912 645205, who will be taking booking times for families due to the venue being a smaller site. Marie runs Netherton Park Community Centre and can also be contacted via the Netherton park community centre Facebook page to make a booking for Gourmet.