A FAMILY support charity has been busy delivering goodies to keep children busy during the Easter holidays.

3D Drumchapel delivered more than 300 pizza kits and 150 chocolate Easter Eggs to children in Drumchapel, Yoker and Knightswood.

Each pizza kit arrived with dough base, tomato puree, grated cheese and some ham and pepperoni squares for the youngsters.

Michelle Clark, family support worker, told the Post: “The families we support were really grateful to receive the kits.

“The general feedback was that they all had lots of fun and family time spent making them together and also that the pizzas were delicious.

“Some of the parents said that it also meant that they didn’t have to think about what to make for dinner that night, which, as busy parents will know, can often be a welcome relief.

“In my own experience, children love to eat something they have made for themselves.”

One mum told the charity: “My son liked it. He’s not a fan of veggies so this was a good way to get him to try more.”

Last month, 3D Drumchapel was announced as the winner of their category in a UK-wide competition.

They won the family support award from Children and Young People Now, a magazine and website for professionals working with children, young people and families.

The award organisers looked for the initiative or service that had done the most to support families to help their children lead healthy and fulfilling lives safe from harm.

Now, the organisation are looking forward to delivering their new outdoor sessions. They are planning on running SENsation outdoor sessions on Wednesday, May 5 from 3.15-4.30pm and thereafter every Wednesday at Drumchapel Park beside the shopping centre.