YOUNGSTERS at a Nuneaton school were joined by two TV celebrities as they learned how to be more fit and healthy.
Lee Latchford Evans, from top pop group Steps, and Alex Reid, the cage fighter who appeared on reality show Celebrity Big Brother, spent a full day at Camp Hill Primary School as part of the national Better Breakfast Campaign.
They advised pupils how to get regular exercise, by leading games sessions in the hall, and also stressed the importance of eating the right food, by giving dietary lessons in the classroom and sharing bowls of fruit at break time.
"The whole idea is to encourage and inspire children to have a healthy lifestyle," said Lee, who was taking time out from promoting Steps' latest No. 1 album and a forthcoming tour.
"Kids should should start by having a properly balanced breakfast, which means cutting out sugar and bread. ''Then they should make sure they have plenty of exercise, while continuing with a healthy diet at lunchtimes. When I was young, no-one ever told me what was the best food to have and now I am passionate about helping to spread the message. …