As the County Council sets its budget for the coming year this Wednesday 14 February, the main opposition group is bidding to target cash at roads and footways and to make mental health issues more of a priority.
A letter from OFSTED published today summarises the findings of their latest monitoring visit to the Council’s children’s services on 16 and 17 January 2018. The visit was the second one since the local authority was judged inadequate in March 2017.
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