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Parents tighten belts with fewer trips and treats for children this summer as cost of living bites 


Parents tighten their belts with fewer trips and treats for children this summer as cost of living bites

  • A poll found 49% of parents will buy fewer treats for their children to save money
  • More than half told Save The Children they would buy less food and drink out
  • It warns the cost of living crisis could see people skip meals to pay for childcare

Nearly half of parents will be giving their children fewer trips out and treats this summer as the cost of living squeeze bites during the school holidays, a poll reveals.

Some 49 per cent of parents said they plan to buy their children fewer treats, while 44 per cent will cut back on day trips.

Up to 55 per cent of the 1,000 parents quizzed will buy less food and drinks out, the survey for charity Save The…



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