Working with you, for you

By Diane Booth | 06 August 2019

By engaging with and seeking the guidance of its young people, Blackpool Council has been able to secure both funds and a new co-production ethic to improve the lives of its residents. Diane Booth explains

Five years ago, children’s services staff might not have heard of the phrase co-production, let alone considered it as part of their daily work. Now we are well on the way to embedding the concept across the whole of Blackpool Council.

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