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25 May 2021

Holiday activities and food programme across Devon

If your organisation would like help us to deliver this programme in your area, or you know of an organisation or individual who may like to get involved, please get in touch.

25 May 2021

Drive to combat children’s holiday hunger in Devon gets £250,000 boost

Almost 17,000 food vouchers worth over a quarter of a million pounds are being distributed this half-term.

13 May 2021

Free online course exploring the links between mental health and communication

‘Mind Your Words’ aims to improve understanding of children and young people who have both mental health needs (or social emotional and mental health needs) and Speech, Language and Communication Needs.

16 April 2021

Meal boxes delivered to families with young children across Devon

Two thousand meal boxes are being delivered to families with young children this Easter holiday in an initiative designed to help those who are struggling during the pandemic.

6 April 2021

Vaccines for parent carers of clinically vulnerable children

If you are a parent carer of a clinically extremely vulnerable child or young person in Devon, you may be eligible for a COVID-19 vaccination.

24 March 2021

Impact of coronavirus on speech and language development

The team have been working hard during the last year to raise awareness among about the importance of speech and language.

24 March 2021

Combating hardship and holiday hunger

We’ve worked closely with our partners to make sure vulnerable families in Devon worst affected by the financial impacts of the pandemic are supported.

12 February 2021

Make Your Mark 2020 results

The results of the Make Your Mark national youth ballot are in! Here are the priority topics that young people in Devon want addressing.

11 February 2021

A message from our new Chief Officer for Children’s Services

Melissa Caslake is delighted to have joined Devon County Council and has shared the following update for Children’s Services staff and partners.


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