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Children and their parents cannot be forced back into traditional roles.

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Across Peterborough, there is a growing interest in intergenerational practice. In October 2008 three young people - Lee, Stephen and Tom - volunteered to serve meals at a Salvation Army lunch club for older people. The video of their story inspired Peterborough City Council's director of children's services, John Richards, to get behind the development of good practice.

There are some hopeful nods for the early years in recent Conservative comments.

I took up the new challenge at FPI because I'm passionate about improving families' lives. My vision for FPI is to promote the well-being of families, which is so intertwined with the well-being of society.

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My first day at nursery was a nervous one, but I relaxed as soon as I started interacting with the children. I went home feeling dazed and slowly began to feel I had embarked on something very special. That was almost three years ago.

Take up the opportunity to develop and show off your setting's outdoor play provision.

Have your say on the free entitlement, urges NDNA chief executive Purnima Tanuku.

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