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East Ham 1949

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for East Ham]

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Table 19.


No. of centres provided at end of yearNo. of children who attended during yearNo. of children who first attended the centres during the year and whom on the date of their first attendance were :No. of children in attendance at the end of the year who were then:—Total No. of attendances made by children during the year :—
Under 1 year of ageOver 1 year of ageUnder 1 Year of ageBetween the ages of 1 and 5Under 1 year of ageOver 1 year of age
Local Health Authority Centres23,1151,3702231,1921,84115,7985,760
Centre belonging to another L.H.A.f1732652150370173

† By arrangement with L.C.C. centre held weekly at L.C.C. Clinic, Fernhill Street Baths, North
Woolwich, E.16.

Table 20. DAY NURSERIES, 1949.

Provided byNumberNo. of approved placesNo. of children on the register at the end of the yearAverage daily attendance during the year
0—2 years2—5 years0—2 years2—5 years0—2 years2—5 years
Maintained by the Council41321618219584171
Maintained by Vol. Organisations-

The total attendances at the nurseries during 1949 are
appended below:—
Nursery Total Attendances
School Road 12,050
Roman.Road 19,092
St. Stephen's Road 18,517
Wall End/Calcdon Road 13,91,3
Total 63,572
NOTE:—The Nurseries are closed on Saturdays.