Have your say: Proposed Changes to the County Council's Support and Services for Children and their Families

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An 8 week public consultation has now launched (Monday 5th November).
People's views are sought on proposed changes to the support the County Council provides for children and their families.

People can share their views by completing a questionnaire which is available online at www.somerset.gov.uk/getsetconsultation, or a hard copy which is available in the 8 main Family Centres and libraries, and at the information "Drop in" sessions (Detailed below).

Tues 13th Nov — Glastonbury Library, 1 Orchard Court, BA6 9JB — 10am — 6pm
Wed 14th Nov — The Key Centre, Feltham Lane, Frome, BA11 5AJ — 10am — 12pm
Wed 14th Nov — Frome Library, Justice Lane, BA11 1BE — 1pm — 6pm
Mon 19th Nov — The Hub, Hopcott Road, Minehead, TA24 6DJ — 10am — 6pm
Thurs 22nd Nov — Taunton Library, (Wellbeing Zone), Paul Street, TA1 3XZ — 10am — 6pm
Wed 28th Nov — Victoria Park Community Centre, Victoria Park Drive, Bridgwater, TA6 7AS — 10am — 6pm
Tues 4th Dec — Yeovil Methodist Church, Vicarage Walk, Middle Street, BA20 1JZ — 10am — 6pm

The closing date for consultation responses is 5pm, Monday 31 December 2018.

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