Call for action to arrest decline in number of children’s centres


As evidence emerges of the true extent of children’s centres closures, early years experts say that a shift from open-access to targeted provision and skeleton sites are “hollowing out” services for children and families.

Children’s centres can deliver individualised services in areas that feel left behind. Picture: Oksix/Adobe Stock
Children’s centres can deliver individualised services in areas that feel left behind. Picture: Oksix/Adobe Stock

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