CHILDREN in Bradford  enjoyed a summer of fun thanks to a holiday and food activity programme.

Junior Jam's Hunger Holiday Club works alongside schools to keep kids in good health with sports, games and workshops.

The scheme is run in partnership with Christian charity organisation Transforming Lives for Good (TLG).

The club hosted a warm up each day, ranging from dodge ball or football to basket ball and street dance.

Curtis Alphonse from Junior Jam explained how growing up in Bradford makes him passionate about the cause.

He said: "It can be between 35-60 children each week.

"It's something we are seeing more and more, especially in the city that we live in.

"TLG get the funding. We do a little bit of a warm up for them and generally speaking we'll split them up in a small group.

"These are the ones identified by the school for being most at risk of going hungry.

"Every single day there's a meal for every child," he said.

Junior Jam offers PPA Cover, After School Clubs, Holiday Clubs and Activity Days for schools - having worked with over 1,500 primary schools across the UK.