Medway’s future to become a child and young person friendly city
We’re encouraging children and young people to take part in a survey to help shape Medway’s future.
As part of our aspirations to become a Child-Friendly City, putting children and young people at the heart of everything we do, we’re encouraging young people, up to the age of 25, to fill out the anonymous survey to find out more about what it feels like to be a young person in Medway and understand their wants and needs.
The survey is open until midnight on Sunday, 23 May.
Medway Council and its partners want Medway to become a child and young person friendly city.
A place where all young people are involved and benefit from the local decisions, services and spaces that shape their lives.
We need your help by telling us what matters to you and how to make Medway a better place for all young people.
We want to learn more about:
- What it feels like to be a young person living in Medway now
- What young people want and need
- What young people hope and dream for the future
We will make sure your views get across to the people who make decisions about Medway’s future.
This is Your Future, Your Medway, Your Say.
Our survey is anonymous, which means your responses cannot be identified.
You don’t have to answer all the questions if you don’t want to.
And remember, there are no right or wrong answers.
Thanks for taking part – your views are important to us.
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