Dear Trafford Metropolitan Borough Council,
Please provide me with an up to date Organisational Structure chart
For Adult and Children Services including all manager NAMES,
Contact details and job titles.
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Dear Mr Bailey
Thank you for your email of 22 June 20196 where you requested information about Adult and Children's Services
The information you requested is enclosed.
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