Dear Angus Council,
Could you please provide me with an up to date list of the names of
Social Work Management staff including, Heads of Service, Area
Managers/Service Managers, Team Managers /Team Leaders within Adult
Care, Children Services and Criminal Justice Services across the
Dear Ms Pemberton
Thank you for your information request dated 20 June 2019 (received by Angus Council on that same day).
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If you have any queries, please ask for me on 01307 491808 or email [Angus Council request email]
Could we have used Skype instead
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Dear Octavia Pemberton
Please see attached response in relation to the Freedom of
information request you made on the 20^th of June 2019
Pierre Bernard, Organisational Development Facilitator
(acting),Organisational Development, Angus House, Forfar, 01307 491788|
[email address] | www.angus.gov
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