was awarded to
Broughton Infants Playcare Club

Monday 12 July 1999

New Opportunities Fund

The grant will be used to set up before and after school care for the children aged 4-11; in total 32 new places will be created. The only schools which will be served are Broughton Infant and Junior Schools.

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Alyn and Deeside

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Tagged with

  • New Opportunities Fund
  • Health, Education, Environment
  • 1999
  • Chester
  • Flintshire
  • Wales
  • Alyn and Deeside
  • Wales

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