CHILDREN'S CENTRE FOCUS: Bridlington Children's Centre

May 2008
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;5/28/2008, p4
The article features the Bridlington Children's Centre in Yorkshire, England. The centre which is managed by East Riding of Yorkshire Council and baby massage sessions, and a child health clinic provides nursery places fro 120 children. The centre is funded by General Sure Start grant and works with the local council and primary care trusts, Home-Start Driffield & Bridlington, Learning and Skills Council.


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