Pen Green Children's Centre vows to secure 'much needed funding'

Katy Morton
Friday, April 1, 2022

Pen Green children’s centre has said it will continue to push for the funding it needs to continue operating, after the council redistributed money from its budget to prop it up, alongside three other maintained nursery schools.

Pen Green Children's Centre in Corby was concerned it would be forced to close if a council proposal to withdraw 78 per cent of its funding went ahead PHOTO Pen Green
Pen Green Children's Centre in Corby was concerned it would be forced to close if a council proposal to withdraw 78 per cent of its funding went ahead PHOTO Pen Green

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