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12 May 2021

Devon Youth Parliament to host litter picking week

As a part of their Greener Devon campaign, Devon Youth Parliament are hosting a countywide ‘Clean Up Devon’ week during the upcoming May half term holiday.

11 May 2021

Devon County Council launches new strategy to support children and young people with SEND

Parents and carers of children and young people with SEND are being invited to join a virtual roadshow event to find out more about the new strategy.

21 April 2021

Let’s Get Chatting campaign launches across Devon

A new campaign focusing on the importance of speech, language and communication in children from antenatal to five years old has launched this week.

20 April 2021

The Big Ask: national consultation with young people

The survey from the Children’s Commissioner for England will be live from 19 April until May 19 and asks young people across the country to set out their priorities for improving childhood post-COVID.

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.

8 April 2021

Free holiday time activities and meals for children aged 0 to 18

Children and young people are being invited to attend holiday-time activities, with free healthy meals, over the Easter break.

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.

29 March 2021

Important changes to the Disabled Children’s Service Direct Payments policy

As Government restrictions ease, the flexibilities to the Direct Payment policy will end at midnight on Sunday 18th April 2021.

29 March 2021

Meeting with Devon Youth Parliament

Members of Devon’s Youth Parliament met with key managers and leaders within the DCFP to discuss the results of the Make Your Mark survey and put forward the views of young people on a number of priority topics.


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