NOW CLOSED: Please take a very quick survey on what can be done about childcare costs

(54 Posts)
RowanMumsnet (MNHQ) Tue 15-Jan-13 16:37:15

Hello

As many of you will know, the Coalition is in the throes of discussing policies to address the thorny issue of childcare costs (see also discussion on this thread).

Justine is going to be speaking at an event hosted by the Resolution Foundation this Thursday, discussing what can be done - and at what price.

So we'd love all MNers with children to take this honestly, truly super-quick four-question survey (and two of the questions are about your children's ages and where you live grin) so that we can try to get a sense of what solutions MNers would like to see.

thanks
MNHQ

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 16-Jan-13 11:45:04

Thanks to everyone who completed the survey in super quick time - we had an amazing response.

DialMforMummy has been selected at random as the £50 winner...you have mail!

Sokmonsta Wed 16-Jan-13 11:47:21

I ditto about multiples. In reality I have 2 under 1 (twins), a 2yo and a 4yo). These surveys really should let you give a number for children in case of multiples as people aren't able to give an accurate account of their family.

BlueberryHill Wed 16-Jan-13 13:54:38

Thanks for agreeing other multiple parents, please amend the survery data collection to include us. I know that there are specfic organisations campaigning for multiples but I still think we should be more visible on here, it is another route for us to be heard. Especially on child care costs, I am priced out of the market and I was an above average earner.

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 16-Jan-13 15:48:53

Point noted sokmonsta and blueberryhill - thanks.

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