Sure Start pledged for 60 areas;In brief

22nd January 1999 at 00:00
SIXTY underprivileged areas will receive help as part of the Sure Start scheme, said Education Secretary David Blunkett and Health Minister Tessa Jowell this week. The programme offers home visits for every family with a new-born child, better childcare and improved co-ordination between health and social services.

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