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Anyone ever been to the Work & Family Show?

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shephaht Mon 03-Feb-14 17:25:19

Hiya,

Has anyone ever been to the Work & Family Show? I'm wondering whether it's worth a visit.... Looks like you can get tickets for around £10.

Thoughts appreciated.

Thank you!

TwittyMcTwitterson Tue 04-Feb-14 06:13:40

Not heard of this. Do you have more info?

shephaht Tue 04-Feb-14 10:16:11

http://www.theworkandfamilyshow.co.uk

Here's the link. It's on Feb 21 & 22 at the Excel centre. Meant to be about helping parents get back into work alongside looking after kids...

katoadams Wed 05-Feb-14 14:21:55

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FiFiMax Wed 05-Feb-14 14:39:39

I am a mum who has a 5 year old and went back to work after 5 m

FiFiMax Wed 05-Feb-14 14:43:34

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nannynick Wed 05-Feb-14 17:38:44

What has this got to do with a discussion about Childminders, Nannies or AuPairs?

Are any of their associations or care providers doing presentations at the show? I would hope so as childcare providers provide a vital role in emabling parents to work.

katoadams Wed 05-Feb-14 17:51:19

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