Children are urged to help ‘bust hunger

Primary schools in East Antrim are being asked to hold a “Big Farm Hunger Bust” to help tackle hunger in the world’s poorest countries by creating “virtual farms” in their classrooms.

International development organisation, Concern Worldwide, says that this is an opportunity to raise money to buy seeds, fruit trees and animals, and provide food and livelihoods for families in extreme poverty. Schools can buy a variety of animals. To find out more, visit or call 0800 032 4001.