Date set for six children's centres closures

02/07 Updated: 02/07 16:07

CHILDREN'S Centres in Cheylesmore, Coundon, Earlsdon, Finham, Whoberley and Wyken will close at the end of August.

The long-talked about closures are expected to be rubber stamped by the city council on Tuesday, saving around £200,000 a year.

They are said to have the lowest use of the 23 centres in Coventry with some open for less than three hours a week.

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