NEW Therapeutic Summer Holiday Package
To all Sefton schools,
Due to the unprecedented times we are all living in, The Well Young Person Team are offering a therapeutic package for children and young people over the summer holidays.
The past few months have had a detrimental impact on many young people’s mental health and wellbeing and in response to this we are offering a bespoke package of support. This will involve 3 hours a week direct therapeutic support for 6 weeks at a cost of £550.
The school commissioning the work will have to provide a place for this work to take place, if you would like any further information please contact a member of the Well Young Person Team on wellYP@sefton.gov.uk
Jennie, Claire and Liz
Help Sefton build liveable streets for a borough on the move
Sefton Council wants your views on upgrading and developing cycling and walking provision in the borough following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The local authority aims to increase support and facilities for people to walk and cycle across Sefton, which allow for social distancing and provide direct safe routes to key locations, and ultimately improve the air quality in the borough.
Sefton Council want residents, cyclists, commuters and visitors to the borough to give their views to the comprehensive ‘Sefton Liveable Streets’ consultation, which runs until August 31, 2020.
Those commenting on the consultation can give their in depth views on the area by answering a range of detailed questions.
Cllr John Fairclough, Sefton Council’s Cabinet Member for Locality Services, said: “It is so important for everyone to give their views so that we can shape what we do effectively to better help our communities and commuters.
“It’s easy to get involved, just drop a pin on the map to quickly comment about a specific location.
“Once you’ve left a comment we would encourage you to share the consultation with your friends and family for them to also give their views.”
To comment on the Sefton Liveable Streets consultation, please visit https://seftonliveablestreets.commonplace.is/comments