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Community Home Places

Volume 981: debated on Wednesday 26 March 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many places there were for children in community homes in Northern Ireland in each of the past five years.

Community homes are confined to England and Wales. In Northern Ireland residential care is provided for children and young persons in children's homes and training schools, there being statutory and voluntary provision in both cases.The number of places available was as follows:

Children's HomesTraining SchoolsTotal
Figures for 1979 are not yet available.