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Children's centre celebrates success.

A CHILDREN'S centre in south Wirral has become the first in Cheshire to be given an Inclusion Quality Mark.

Staff at the centre in Raby Road, Neston, which opened in September 2005, say they are delighted at the accolade.

Centre manager, Claire Edwards said: "Gaining this award is recognition of our team's hard work and we are all very proud of such achievement."

"We do our best in order that children and their families feel welcome, valued and respected."

The award recognises the importance staff and agencies place on ensuring all children and families are able to access the wide range of services on offer at the centre.

These include Neston Community Nursery which offers flexible day care for local children, as well as health visitors, midwifery, parenting support, child development groups, adult and family learning, and a children's library.

Stacey Melton, secretary to the centre's Parents Matter Forum, said: "We are lucky to live here in Neston because we have this lovely centre."
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Feb 13, 2007
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