Prime Minister urged to recognise the ‘sterling work’ of nannies during pandemic

Katy Morton
Wednesday, August 11, 2021

BAPN - the Association for Professional Nannies, and nanny agency, Harmony at Home, have written a letter to the Prime Minister calling on him to publicly show his appreciation to the thousands of nannies that have continued to care for children during Covid-19.

BAPN and Harmony at Home want the PM to recognise the efforts of nannies during the pandemic as he has done with childminders and nursery staff, PHOTO Adobe Stock
BAPN and Harmony at Home want the PM to recognise the efforts of nannies during the pandemic as he has done with childminders and nursery staff, PHOTO Adobe Stock

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