Glasgow and Edinburgh feedback

The popular Future Pathways feedback sessions for Glasgow and Edinburgh this December are now full! To meet demand, further sessions in each city are now being planned for January.

Your opinions are really important to Future Pathways, which is why feedback sessions local to you have been taking place recently. These events give you the opportunity to be updated about Future Pathways and to give your views about the service in a safe and relaxed setting. We want to hear what you think can be improved and also what you think is working well.

So far, we have held events in Dumfries, Dundee, Aberdeen, Stirling and Paisley. We received interesting and clear feedback in a number of areas, and the Future Pathways team has really enjoyed meeting everyone who attended. We are recording what we learned and will be sharing this through staff and the public when the series of events has ended.

If you live in and around Glasgow or Edinburgh and would like to put your name down for the events in January, please get in touch:

Emailengagement@future-pathways.co.uk

Call – 0141 465 9228

Write to – Future Pathways, level 5, Merchants House, 30 George Square, Glasgow G2 1EQ.

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