Nurseries fear refund claims following top-up fee ruling

Hannah Crown
Tuesday, March 2, 2021

Top-up fees have always been a grey area, and now a nursery and county council have been found to have broken the rules following an intervention by the Local Government & Social Care Ombudsman. So what does this mean for the sector? Hannah Crown reports

One parent in Market Harborough is being repaid £1,200 of the fees he was charged
One parent in Market Harborough is being repaid £1,200 of the fees he was charged

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