Dairy Council Northern Ireland

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School Milk Scheme

How to participate in the scheme

Schools wishing to participate in the school milk scheme should get in touch with the Education Authority (EA) in their region who will provide further information. Contact details for the EA Regional Offices can be found below:

Belfast Region

40 Academy Street
Belfast
BT1 2NQ

Telephone: 028 9056 4000

North–Eastern Region

County Hall
182 Galgorm Road
Ballymena
Co Antrim
BT42 1HN

Telephone: 028 2565 3333

South–Eastern Region

Grahamsbridge Road
Dundonald
Belfast
BT16 2HS

Telephone: 028 9056 6200

Southern Region

3 Charlemont Place
Armagh
The Mall
BT61 9AX

Telephone: 028 3751 2200

Western Region

1 Hospital Road
Omagh
Co. Tyrone
BT79 0AW

Telephone: 028 8241 1411

 

Parents who are interested in getting breaktime milk for their child should ask their school for further information.

For more information on the School Milk Scheme and the benefits of mid–morning milk download the Milk and More booklet.

For information on the Day Care Food Scheme which provides free milk for children under five who are in an approved day care settings, please click here

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