Families and priorities after June 8th 2017

The UK is moving fast towards the next general election, debates, broadcasts, chat shows and face to face meetings.

But what are they going to do to help families? So much talk and we wonder what the action will be? 

Pledges for childcare are hot in the press, promises, considerations, making life better and much more.

It was with huge interest that our partnership read the blog from Family and Childcare Trust called: General Election 2017: What are the parties going to do for families?

In the last week  all the main party manifestos are launched with main committments and pledges. Well worth reading!!

Our partnership remains fundamentally in support of high quality, affordable and accessible for all families and an effective choice to ensure that children grow and develop, thrive and learn, both within families and in childcare settings.

We work within local authorities and directly with settings to ensure that we are at the forefront of understanding and development.

Family and Childcare Trust are a campaigning organisation with a strong voice towards government understanding.

Julia Margo, Chief Executive has asked for support in the Family and Childcare Trust’s call to the next government to ensure that;

“Every parent is better off working, after they’ve paid for childcare and that every child can access high quality childcare to boost their learning”

Join us in supporting Family and Childcare Trust in their committment to families futures in the next parliament.

Sue Martin


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