Aberdeen city council has launched a consultation after being given approval for a major school meals scheme.
Aberdeen City Council recently received the green light and funding to provide up to 10,000 free meals, along with activities, during school holiday periods to those children experiencing food poverty.
Previously, the scheme was a pilot undertaken by the council in Torry, Woodside and Cummings Park areas where meals were given to families most in need during the Easter and summer holidays.
The council has expressed its willingness to work with a range of community partners in order to deliver the expanded scheme.
In a consultation, opened on April 14, the authority wants to hear from community partners about a range of issues, including the type of age groups activities are provided for, what food is provided and when the activities operate.
The Food and Fun Partnership Survey can be found on the official council website and it can be filled in by visiting: bit.ly/2Fzcuay
The consultation will close on May 31 and more information can be found by contacting Aberdeen City Council.