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Tinies at Gloucester Children's Centre

Type of service:
Parent and Toddler Group
Address:
Camborne Close, Gloucester Nursery School, Northampton, NN4 8PH
Telephone number:
01604 762 251
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Cost:
£1.00 per session
Age range:
0 - 3 years
Opening hours:
Thursday 09:30 - 11:00
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​​Free Childcare and Education for 2 year olds

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