Dear Chorley Borough Council,
I am writing to you today to request the guide you use when authorising events. In particular the levels of medical cover you insist organisers should have and the skill set of the medical staff. As I believe you no longer use the purple guide.
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Dear Mr Platt
REQUEST FOR INFORMATION UNDER THE FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT 2000 REGARDING the guide we use when authorising events
OUR REFERENCE: FOI/18/122
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