Free PORSE Childcare to roll out at ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup from 10 March

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PORSE free pop up childcare services at CWC 22 will begin from the New Zealand v India match at Seddon Park on 10 March. 

The service is designed to allow parents to take their whole family to the match – parents can relax and enjoy the match knowing their under five’s are being cared for and entertained by childcare professionals.

PORSE is one of the oldest providers servicing the sector for the past 26 years and was also one of the selected national Early Childhood Education services to provide care to our essential workers during the March 2020 lockdown.

“We can’t wait to get started at NZ v India. It’s going to be a great occasion and our team is honoured to be part of this world-first initiative at an ICC event,” said Rrahul Dosshi, PORSE and Rainbow Corner childcare centres owner. 

“The PORSE partnership has been one of the highlights of the planning for us – the reaction from parents has been huge. We’re looking forward to working with the team, and welcoming families along to the cricket,” said CWC 22 CEO Andrea Nelson.  

Information on accessing PORSE will be included with ticket holder communication. 

The 10 March start date means there is no PORSE Childcare available for matches at Tauranga’s Bay Oval, the three games in Dunedin and the 5 March Australia v England match at Seddon Park.


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