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*NEW SERVICE* GREEN SEFTON OFFERS A FREE taster session available until the end of JUNE 2019, and block book 6 sessions get 1 FREE
GREEN SEFTON look after and manage large expanses of the Sefton Coast and greenspaces for both conservation and recreation. The coast is a fantastic natural resource, which includes woodlands, amazing beaches, sand dunes, meadows and ponds, park spaces and greenspaces, making it a great place to come and take part in Forest School and Beach School. With our fully trained Forest School leader. Green Sefton can offer you a wonderful learning experience.
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Inspired by Alice Exhibition
17 Jun
Lots of positive press coverage for The Atkinson's Inspired by Alice exhibition. This includes a double page feature in this week's Southport Visitor and a full page in the Liverpool Echo, (when some football match was on so lots of people bought it!) Inspired by Alice is all about the legacy of Alice in Wonderland. The exhibition includes rare Salvador Dali prints and an original illustration of the Cheshire Cat by Lewis Carrroll The exhibition is receiving rave reviews from all the visitors, being described as "Magical" and "My favourite exhibition ever" The exhibition is free to enter and is open Monday - Saturday, 10am - 4pm
Sefton LSCB June Newsletter
12 Jun
Sefton LSCB have published their June 2019 Newsletter. Please take a few minutes to read and share. It contains lots of information and resources in relation to safegaurding children.
Sefton Council celebrates the invaluable work of foster carers in the borough
12 Jun
The work of the borough’s foster carers was celebrated at the annual Sefton Fostering Service Conference held at the Formby Professional Development Centre on June 5. Foster carers and staff from Sefton’s Children’s Services enjoyed a programme of events which included a talk from Liverpool author Ron Clarke, who told his moving story about being fostered at a young age and how this affected his journey into adulthood. Presentations throughout the day also included information about key changes to the service, development opportunities and concluded with workshops and personal stories from people with fostering experience. After the event, Dwayne Johnson, Sefton Council’s new Chief Executive, said: “This annual event is a great way for the Council to recognise foster carers for the invaluable work they do for our looked after children. It’s also a chance for people to come together and share their experiences. “I really hope that the presentations given today have not only been informative, but have also lifted the spirits of our foster carers who have taken on this challenging but rewarding role. “Anybody who is thinking about being a foster carer with Sefton Council should know that you will become part of our amazing fostering network which comes together regularly and which makes sure you get all the support you need.” If you would like to know more Fostering at Sefton Council please get in touch with the team; 0800 923 2777 or visit seftonfostering.co.uk.