A Gloucestershire pub is to supply school dinners to a Cotswolds primary school. David Spencer, head chef at the Bathurst Arms, in North Cerney said he planned to provide healthy meals. The initiative arose from celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s campaign to improve school dinners. The name of the school is not reported. The Times says about 250,000 people have signed an online petition backing Jamie Oliver’s campaign to improve school meals. Nora Sands, head cook at Kidbrooke School, in Greenwich, south-east London is shunning the limelight after she achieved minor celebrity status in Oliver’s Jamie’s School Dinners, on television. She has even rejected an appearance on Richard and Judy. The Daily Telegraph pays tribute to Nottinghamshire dinner lady Jeanette Orrey who first introduced Oliver to the horrors of turkey twizzlers. FTmagazine says Oliver’s crusade to feed children healthy fare could well result in a smarter, happier generation. The Times 26/03/05 page 9 The Daily Telegraph (Weekend) 26/03/05 page 1-2 FTmagazine 26/03/05 page 13