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"We remain fully committed to delivering high quality, multi agency services for children under five, and particularly to those families in greatest need.
meetings to be held across the coming weeks.
Currently 34 children's centres are operated from council owned buildings, but the proposalscould see a significant reduction to that number in an effort to save money on management and administration fees.
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While it is unclear how many Children's Centre buildings could be affected by these changes the council has committed to retaining the buildings in the most deprived areas of Devon.
Cllr McInnes continued: "I would encourage everyone to give us their views and to put forward their own ideas or suggestions on how best we can continue to provide and improve these important services."
However, many of these centres, currently operated from council owned buildings, could be now be under threat as the council seeks to cut the service budget by 1.2 million (15%) over the next three years.
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The first meeting was held in Okehampton this morning (28 April) with further meetings to continue until the 22 May, a meeting in Exeter will be held on Thursday morning (1 May) at Exeter city Football club between 10am and 12pm.
"And we will continue to support the delivery of local services, either directly from children's centres or through a range of outreach services.
The consultation is expected to run until June 6 and is open to feed back on the council's website.
The proposed changes would take place over the next three years as individual areas of the service come up for re tender.
The council say that these changes will also come alongside an increase in the number of services provided from other locations such as schools or health centres, with the potential for some services to be offered directly into family homes.
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"But given the current financial situation things simply can't stay the same and we have to think again about the best way to provide this support to families for less money."
The catchment area of the children's centres is also due to be altered from areas based around school learning communities to areas based on district or city council areas.
In Devon, Children's Centre Services are not directly delivered by the County Council but are instead contracted out to six different providers four charities and two school governing bodies.
To protect these services, we need to think about the best way of providing them for less money, even if this means change.
Announcing the review, Councillor James McInnes, the Cabinet Member with responsibility for Children and Young People's Services said:"We know that children's centres and associated services are vitally important to help support families across Devon.
Public meetings are underway to discuss major changes to Devon's children's centres service as the county council prepare to cut 1.2 million from the service.
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