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A council has frozen school meal prices for the third year running in a move it says is to help parents and carers with the cost of living crisis. Families buying school meals for their children in Swansea will continue to pay £2.40 a day next term.

It is the third year in a row that school meal prices have been frozen, despite "significant cost pressures", Swansea Council said.

Swansea's cabinet member for education Improvement, learning and skills, Robert Smith said: "We are keenly aware of the pressures facing families at the moment and are looking at options across the council to help."

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