Flexible child care tops parent's list of priorities

16th April 1999 at 01:00
Flexible child care tops the list of parents' priorities in Inverclyde, according to an interim report presented to Inverclyde education committee yesterday (Thursday). Parents were satisfied with the services provided, but wanted an increase in after-school care and provision for under-threes. There was a shortage of family centres.

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