Parents to be made to pay for dropping off kids early for school
Parents will have to pay if they want their children to attend school early.
Gwynedd Council has announced plans to charge parents if they want their children to attend the county-wide school Breakfast Club Scheme before 8.25am.
The local authority said they are having to introduce the charge - for children who arrive between 8am and 8.25am - as they struggle with mounting budget cuts.
They believe that the fee - around £16 a month - will cover a proposed £100,000 cut in funding for the scheme, while also covering the administrative costs of collecting the fees.
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