There is just a few more days for 12-15 year-olds to take part in Torbay Council’s survey about life in the Bay.

The questionnaire asks young people about their satisfaction levels and what they think about specific services and is an opportunity to feed back to the Council. The survey for 12-15 year olds was launched in June to run alongside the general Residents Survey, but the young people’s survey was extended over the summer to enable more young people to get involved.  

Councillor Nick Bye, Cabinet Member for Children’s Services for Torbay Council said: “The survey closes in a few days so if you haven’t yet had the chance to have your say then please do so.

If you are aged 12-15 please take part in the survey and encourage your friends - and if you are a parent or carer of someone in this group or work with 12-15 year olds whether it's in a school or community group, please share the survey with them as well.”

The survey closes on Wednesday 13 September. Have Your Say on the survey if you are aged 12-15.

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