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London Early Years Foundation has been awarded a London Food Board 'Good Food on the Public Plate' award in recognition of its commitment to serving sustainable food in its nurseries.

Revised national guidance and a multimedia resource for Scottish practitioners working with parents from pregnancy, and with babies and children under three, was launched online last week.

A Birmingham man was left flabbergasted when a hospital told him he was pregnant with twins, reported Sky News.

Restrictions aimed at preventing sexualised products from being targeted at children are to be considered as part of a new Government review.

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A family in Bournemouth is getting an 82ft long ice-skating rink in their front garden for Christmas, reported the Metro. Greig Howe began planning three months ago to build the rink for his children and neighbours to use. He had to knock down a garden wall to make room and converted his garage into a locker room. Money made from the rink is being donated to the RNLI.

The use of Bisphenol A plastics in baby bottles is to be banned in the European Union next year.

The gap in quality of early years and childcare provision in deprived areas has worsened over the past year, according to Ofsted's annual report.

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