A charity which operates a respite centre for autistic and disabled children has been declared insolvent.
The Cotswold's Hop Skip & Jump branch near Cheltenham was saved from closure last September.
Now, it and four other branches including Bristol and Swindon are under threat.
Parents told ITV News they are 'devastated' after working so hard to keep the centre open.
The charity which was founded in 1982, entered administration after 'failing to recover from an unfortunate financial year of 2018/19'.
It employees 50 members of staff at sites in Bristol, the Cotswolds, Liverpool, Swindon and Wigan.
All centres are equipped with sensory rooms, soft play facilities and art rooms to help support services and carers.