Autumn Budget 2021: Early years sector gives cautious welcome to funding increase

Catherine Gaunt
Wednesday, October 27, 2021

While Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced £170m for early years funding by 2024-25 in his Budget speech today, Nursery World now understands that there will be additional funding in 2022-23 and 2023-24 that was not initially set out.

The Chancellor pledged to increase early years funding for childcare providers in the Budget speech
The Chancellor pledged to increase early years funding for childcare providers in the Budget speech

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