New website launched for parents

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A CHICHESTER entrepreneur has set up a new website aimed at giving parents and carers the chance to speak to each other online.

Justine Vincent designed the site to allow anyone who takes care of children from pre-school age to 18 to talk anonymously on topics both locally and nationally.

The site also has a school ratings section.

It is called myschoolgate.co.uk and 10 per cent of its income will be donated to My School Moneybox, which has been set up to fund projects for school-age children across the UK.