Somerset County Council is inviting you to have a say on how Children’s Centre Services could operate in the future. The consultation is open to families with young children and anyone who works with or has an interest in Children Centre Services.
The public consultation is running until 28 October asking for views to help decide how and where services will operate in future. Currently a range of children’s services operate from 151 separate sites including 41 individual Children’s Centres. The Council is reviewing how Children’s Centre Services should be delivered in the future. It wants to provide a good service to communities whilst getting the best possible value for money, concentrating resources on those who most need them. The views from this consultation will help Somerset County Council’s Cabinet Members make a decision in November about future potential changes to Children’s Centre Services.
Anyone wishing to take part in the consultation can use the online survey.
Questionnaires are also available in alternative languages which can be printed off and completed.
Completed questionnaires should be returned to you nearest Children’s Centre or sent to:
Somerset Centre for Integrated Learning,
Somerset County Council,
By 28th October 2013
The consultation questionnaire can be available in alternative formats (for example, Braille, large font, alternative languages). Please contact MaryHellier@somerset.gov.uk if you require copies in alternative formats.
This consultation has now closed.
|Name||Somerset's Children's Centre Services|
|Description||Somerset County Council is inviting you to have a say on how Children's Centre Services could operate in the future. The consultation is open to families with young children and anyone who works with or has an interest in Children Centre Services.|
|Dates||From 2 Sep 2013 at 00:00 to 28 Oct 2013 at 23:59.|