MyLahore has joined forces with the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation to support Crick-EAT – an initiative which uses the power of sport alongside delivering free nutritious meals to support young people and families who are most in need and most at risk of experiencing holiday hunger.

Over the past few months, the cost of living has soared; price hikes in energy and fuel together with inflation more widely are forcing many families to tighten their purse strings. And, when schools are out, feeding the family through the holidays is contributing to the financial hardship many are already facing.

The new partnership aims to help alleviate this hardship, with MyLahore – an award-winning Bradford-based restaurant and events group – providing thousands of free nutritious meals to children during the school holidays, alongside hours of engaging and fun cricket coaching provided by YCF from professionally trained coaches.

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