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    Hi All, my insurance is up for renewal very soon so I am starting to look around. I know PACEY and MM are popular choices but I just googled childminding insurance and quite a few others offer insurance for childminding too. I'm just wondering if anyone has experience of other insurers for their PLI etc. and what do I need to look out for when buying childminding insurance?
    Also, do I need to be in a childminding association?

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    At the moment Morton Michel and Pacey are the main insurance providers. Others might come up but they won't be able to offer you the right level of cover. I believe PLA will be offering a childminder package soon.

    Morton Michel is insurance - with some added extras from their Childcare Club - it costs £44 at the moment.

    You need to join Pacey and then buy their insurance - again you get added extras - it costs just over £80 I think (I am sure others know better I'm with MM) for both the membership and insurance.

    I hope this helps

 

 

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