CARDIGAN’S children’s centre Jig-So teamed up with Ysgol Gynradd Aberteifi to deliver a workshop to mark End Hunger Awareness Week.

Jig-So has for several years worked with End Hunger UK, a coalition of more than 40 national charities, frontline organisations, faith groups, academics and individuals working to end hunger and poverty in the UK.

Jig-So was joined by 10 children from the school's Eco and School Council.

Cardigan Mayor Cllr Shan Williams, Alan Faunch, the manager of the food bank in Cardigan and Mr Davies, representing the school, joined the group for a lunch which the children had prepared and cooked. This was supervised by Jig-So staff Charlotte Jones and Hannah Philips.

They also provided activities and recipes to take home.

Following a discussion and feedback around hunger and what could be done, the children recognised hunger was a worldwide problem, including in Wales.

The youngsters spoke about growing your own food and the school itself has a poly-tunnel and grows food which is distributed. One child suggested "old unused buildings could be done up for homeless people who could stay and have food”.