A nine-year-old blogger has posted the first picture of her lunch after a ban on taking photographs in her school canteen was lifted.
Martha Payne writes the Never Seconds blog, where she posts pictures and reviews of her school lunches.
On Friday, she was told by Argyll and Bute Council that she could no longer take photos as media coverage had apparently left catering staff fearing for their jobs.
A barrage of negative publicity in the media and social networking sites led to the local authority back-tracking on their decision.
On Monday, Martha posted the first picture since the ban was lifted. It showed the five lamb meatballs she had for lunch, along with mashed potato, cucumber and a pudding called Golden Crunchie.
Martha rated the meal as eight out of ten, saying she always chooses the meatballs when they are on the menu.
The schoolgirl is also raising money for Mary’s Meals, a charity which provides school lunches for children in Malawi. She aimed to raise £7000 to build a kitchen for a school but managed to reach over £85,000.
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