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Sarahplane Thu 10-Jan-13 21:20:14

we pay £49 a day for our 1 year old ds. we're in Edinburgh. includes nappies wipes, 3 meals and snacks.

laracroft2001 Thu 10-Jan-13 20:37:47

London, £60 per day 8am-6pm including three meals, two snacks and all nappies

Haylebop12 Thu 10-Jan-13 20:35:49

West mids I payed £34 full day. Toddlers (2-3 years) but I reckon some are up to £40 a day.

Jayne266 Thu 10-Jan-13 20:30:36

Northwest 40 per day 8-6pm nappies and food included

littlemissmulledwine Thu 10-Jan-13 20:16:12

nottingham - 34.50 a day inc 3 meals

mrscog Wed 09-Jan-13 11:27:20

Sorry, should have said - this is in West Midlands.

mrscog Wed 09-Jan-13 11:26:58

I'm paying £39 per day from 8.30 - 5.30 for 1YO Ds when I go back to work - includes meals but not nappies.

lynniep Mon 07-Jan-13 17:01:21

Im Cambridgeshire. Our nursery is £36 including meals for my 3 year old (little bit more for younger children) My childminder/daycare is £53 including meals. Both open 7.30 and CM finishes 6pm whereas nursery at 6.30pm. Neither provide nappies (although they do have emergency stashes) or wipes.

JollyToddles Mon 07-Jan-13 16:54:06

For under 2s ours is £40 per full day, 7am - 6:30pm including food and nappies. This reduces at 2 but I'm not sure what it reduces to.

Very few childminders around here and certainly none with spaces.

Mandy21 Mon 07-Jan-13 16:51:59

Agree that it really depends where you are and what type of child care you're looking for. I think nurseries tend to be more expensive than childminders, nannies more expensive than nurseries. Even in a relatively small area, nursery prices can vary massively. I pay £835 per month for a 3 day / week place (NW), think childminders are around £5/6 per hour (more if you just want after school rather than full days etc), nannies are £8-10 per hour net (but you have to factor in tax and NI on top of that).

Emsmaman Mon 07-Jan-13 16:25:44

Where are you located - that will make a huge difference. In Surrey we pay around £80 per day, cheapest is around £65.

LaCiccolina Mon 07-Jan-13 15:56:16

Ours is £42.50 for 8-6pm. Inc food nappies etc. all days of year

MimiCooper Mon 07-Jan-13 15:55:20

Hi all!
I had my last daughter 12 years ago & so I'm out of touch with Nursery/Childcare costs.. Can anyone who's a bit more in the know give me an idea how they cost per hour/day these day? confused

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