Charging Fees on Statutory Holidays and Days when the Service is Closed

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ChildForum has received queries from parents who are being charged for public holidays.  

Parents are not happy to be charged for care when their service is closed and not providing care.

Government funding can only be claimed by a service if it is open on the day the public holiday is observed. 

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