Hillingdon borough has received a huge boost in funds for early years education.
The council will spend £8.8 million on pre-primary school children this year, compared with the £2.6million it spent in 2013.
This is the biggest rise in funding for early years education across the country.
Figures showed that the council has also increased spending on libraries and CCTV across the borough, but spending is down on education, parking, street cleaning and housing welfare suport.
The revenue spending budgets of councils across the country were released by the Department for Communities and Local Government on Wednesday, July 23.
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