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    How much for Saturday for nine month old? I need some idea please.

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    Hi charge £4.50 and 7-8 £4
    8-6 £3
    6-late £4.50

    Hope that helps but its according what they charge in your area

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    I think it all depends on you and your personal circumstances.
    If you have agreed to work on a Saturday I would charge your normal fee, if not I would increase it slightly due to it being a non working day IYSWIM

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    It depends on what ur willing to work for,
    I had an enquiry recently for a Saturday and said my fees would be time and a half £7.50, anything less is not worth my while as dd goes to her dads on Saturdays so I am child free lol,
    Mum has now decided that she is going to change her days at work do she doesn't have to work sats hth x

 

 

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