It’s a rather short consultation period of just 20 days, but if you have a view on BCP Council’s Children and Young People’s draft three-year Partnership Plan, the authority would like to hear from you.
The consultation runs from 11 to 31 January.
The plan will ensure Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole are child-friendly places, in every local community and in every postcode.
The Children’s and Young People’s Partnership recognises the need to adapt and be flexible as a result of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on young people and will continue to reprioritise immediate work in order to support children and young people affected.
Anthony Douglas chairman of the BCP Children and Young People’s Partnership Board said, “Our plan has been designed around the views children and young people have shared with us about their priorities. We want to make their priorities our priorities too. The plan is ambitious for good reason. Ambition has to be very high in order to make a difference. Children and young people in BCP need and deserve this.
“We are now at the stage where we would really welcome feedback on plan from the public, key stakeholders and professionals working in Children’s Services. We want to hear your ideas and perspectives so we can improve our plan based on what you share with us.”
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