In response to the Chancellor's announcements on childcare in today's Budget, Megan Jarvie, Head of Coram Family and Childcare, said:
For more information, please contact Emma Lamberton, Communications Manager, Coram at email@example.com / 0207 520 0427 / 07908 827908. For more information on childcare prices and availability, see our Childcare Survey 2023: https://www.familyandchildcaretrust.org/childcare-survey-2023-report-landing-page
About Coram Family and Childcare
Coram Family and Childcare works to make the UK a better place for families by bringing together what we learn from our on the ground parent-led programmes and our research to campaign for solutions that parents want and need. We focus on childcare and early years to make a difference to families’ lives now and in the long term.
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