Input sought for new Angus Council website

Angus Council is in the process of developing a new website and is seeking public opinion and input regarding its content.

By
Mark Dowie
Tuesday, 2nd November 2021, 12:31pm
Input sought for new Angus Council website
Angus Council is building a new website which will include information from a variety of sources.

The new site will bring together a range of information from several multiagency groups in the county that look at different aspects of local support and protection needs.

They cover many issues, all working towards providing children and adults with the support they need when they need it and improving community awareness

It will cover information and local support available on subjects such as relationships, personal rights, keeping yourself safe, mental health and well-being, drugs and alcohol.

There will also be a range of information for children, young people and families receiving a social work service.

To ensure that the content fulfils the needs of the site’s users, and make it the best it can be, the local authority is asking the public to take the time to take part in an anonymous survey.

There are three short surveys which will only take 10 minutes to complete, which can be found on the website.

One is aimed at Angus residents aged under 16, one for those over 16 and one for multiagency staff – choose the survey that is most appropriate. The surveys will be open until Friday, November 19.

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