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  • Don’t miss out - Voluntary Sector Children's Services Forum Networking Event

    Created: 10/03/2015

    When: 9.30am - 12.30pm, Wednesday 25 March 2015

    Where: Rothes Halls, Glenrothes

    Fife Voluntary Action is hosting ‘Forging Connections’ here in Glenrothes on 25 March. This important and topical half day event will examine the current context in Fife in the walk of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. Our keynote speakers are Tam Baillie, Commissioner for Children and Young People, Dougie Dunlop, Fife's Head of Service for Children and Families and Criminal Justice and Cllr Willie Campbell, Early Years Ambassador.

    We want to extend our invitation as widely as possible so please book a place if you’re interested in coming along. To find out more, view the programme for the event and book a place please click here.

    Know someone who’d benefit from coming along? Please spread the word and help us make a big impact with this event.




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