NALC releases survey on young people


The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) is calling on local (parish and town) councils to complete its new survey on young people. The survey will explore what local councils are currently doing to support young people in our communities.

Collecting case study examples allow NALC to demonstrate the high calibre of work to stakeholders and government while also acting as a source of inspiration to other councils with similar interests.

The survey will help paint an accurate picture of what is truly happening in the local council sector and will help NALC support local councils to help create thriving communities.

NALC chairman, Cllr Sue Baxter, said: “Young people are the future of our communities and supporting their development and livelihood is paramount to the growth of local councils. From providing play areas, skate parks, activities, resources, youth councils and services, local councils have a plethora of ways to reinforce young people as valued members of the community.”

The deadline to complete the survey is 30 April 2021.

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