In 2013, the council ran a free breakfast pilot aimed at improving opportunities for children in the town. Since then 30,000 primary school pupils have been able to enjoy a healthy start to the day.
Pupils at all Blackpool primary schools were offered a range of options for breakfast including fruit, yoghurt, toast, cereal bars as well as continuing to receive free milk at morning break time.
The scheme initially ran as pilot for three months before being extended - it is now in its tenth year.
Cllr Lynn Williams, Leader of Blackpool Council, said
Karen Appleby, Head teacher at Kincraig Primary School, said: