Type of service:
Out of School Care
Address:
Millway, Millway Primary School, Northampton, NN5 6ES
Telephone number:
07780 718171
Mobile number:
07780 718171
Email address:
Website:
N/A
Service description:
N/A
Cost:
£35.00 per week, £7.00 per session
Age range:
2 years - 11 years
Opening hours:
Monday 15:20 - 17:50
Tuesday 15:20 - 17:50
Wednesday 15:20 - 17:50
Thursday 15:20 - 17:50
Friday 15:20 - 17:50
Ofsted Inspection Grade:
Outstanding
Additional information:
N/A
Eligibility criteria:
N/A
Referral route:
N/A
Location map:

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