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Calls for creative children to help design new logo as Family Information Service relaunches

A Monmouthshire Council service, which offers impartial information about childcare and support for parents and guardians, has been relaunched.

The Monmouthshire Family Information Service (MonFIS) supports parents and guardians by providing impartial information related to childcare, nursery admissions, and details on the 30 hours of free childcare offer in Wales. Today’s relaunch marks a refresh in the service, which has been successfully supporting parents since its inception in 2003.

MonFIS, which received the Families First Quality Start award in 2013, is a dynamic service that holds a database of all childcare providers in the county and a list of baby groups, family support services, activities, and play provisions for new parents.

Children under 12 are being asked to delve into their creativity and design a new summer logo for Monmouthshire Family Information Service, with the winning entry being used in all the FIS’s promotional posts and adverts throughout the school summer holidays. The selected winner will also receive £100 of Amazon vouchers.  All entries need to be submitted via email to childcare@monmouthshire.gov.uk) by 5 pm on Friday 4th June 2021. Full terms and conditions can be found on the FIS Facebook page: www.facebook.com/MonCFIS

Speaking ahead of Monmouthshire Family Information Service’s relaunch, Councillor Paul Pavia newly-elected Cabinet Member for Children and Young People said:

“Parents and guardians having access to all the information and support they need in relation to childcare is extremely important. Our Family Information Service plays a significant role in ensuring people have the information they need to enable them to access all the packages of support available to them. There are some fantastic activities for young people to get involved in and ultimately help shape the face of the service, so, I would encourage all our creative young people to get involved in the competition.”


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