Consultation on children's services to end on Monday

A survey about the future of children’s services in Hertfordshire will come to an end on Monday.

A survey about the future of children’s services in Hertfordshire will come to an end on Monday.

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  A survey about the future of children’s services in Hertfordshire will close on Monday.

Under proposals from Hertfordshire County Council, each of the county's 82 centres will remain open and keep its own identity, while savings will be made by reducing management and overhead costs.

In Borehamwood, services included in the consultation include the BECC and children’s centres provided by Shenley Village and Borehamwood Link. In Potters Bar, services include the PB1 and Furzefield Children’s Centres.

Children’s centres users and providers are invited to give their views online before the consultation ends on Monday, August 18. Visit https://consult.hertsdirect.org/consultations/

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