Yorkshire Children's Centre chief: 'We'll cope despite most severe council cuts ever'

Yorkshire Children's Centre chief: 'We'll cope despite most severe council cuts ever'
 

The charity sector in Huddersfield faces its biggest challenge yet as council children’s services shrink to levels not seen for decades.
But the Yorkshire Children’s Centre, a Huddersfield-based charity, says it will cope despite unprecedented demand on its services.
The charity, with its headquarters at Brian Jackson House, provides everything from contact centres for children and parents to a college for teenagers who have been excluded from mainstream schools.
Following swingeing cuts from central government, Kirklees Council is planning to close 11 out of 32 its children’s centres.
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13 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 27
Source: Examiner
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