In 2012, all local councils in Wales were required to publish a short breaks services
statement as part of the new Breaks for Carers of Disabled Children (Wales) Regulations.
Currently, 176 children and families in the borough are receiving some level of support, including short breaks services through the
Cllr McLuckie said: "Whilst current short breaks services work well and are as flexible as they can be within existing resources, what's available is not right for every child and family.
NCH Cymru is one of the largest voluntary sector organisations providing short breaks services
to almost 1,000 disabled children and young people in Wales, and is backing the bill to give families with disabled children the legal right to a short break.
North Lincolnshire Council has a statutory duty under the Breaks for Carers of Disabled Children Regulations 2011, to commission short breaks services
for children and young people with disabilities and their families across North Lincolnshire.
Provision of Catering Services to be performed in the ESRIN establishment covering as a baseline (i) the canteen services for staff and visitors (approximately 600 meals/day) (ii) the bar service for staff and visitors and (iii) the coffee breaks services
for official meetings The contract will be placed with an initial duration of 3 years with a possible further extension of 2 years.