Devon County Council, Exeter City Council and Exeter Community Forum and others are working together on a strategy to make sure that Exeter has the best possible opportunities for young people who grow up in the city.
We want to make sure that young people aged 11-19 have an active voice in deciding what the priorities should be, and this on-line survey is a chance for young people to tell us what they like and dislike about living in the city and what they want to see improved.
Of course the more young people who take part, the more useful it will be!
We need your help in reaching young people and encouraging them to take part in the survey, and would be very grateful if you could pass on this link to your networks. We want to reach schools, colleges and organisations that work with young people right across the city. The deadline for young people to complete the survey is FRIDAY 15TH JULY. The survey is anonymous and young people cannot be identified through their responses.
We will also be running some workshops for young people between July and September, but this survey is our tool for reaching the greatest number of young people in Exeter, so your help in distributing the survey is really important. If you would like to know more about the Exeter Youth Strategy process please get in touch with our co-ordinator, Gill Millar (firstname.lastname@example.org). We will be consulting with organisations who work with young people through a different questionnaire so there will be further opportunities for you to get involved.