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Gloucestershire Vision 2050 youth debate – 4 July 2018

Published
28.06.2018

BBC Radio Gloucestershire is hosting a debate for the county’s youngsters (suggested age 11,12, and 13 years) on 4 July, 7-8pm at Oxstalls Campus, Gloucester, to have their say on the future of Gloucestershire.

 

 

The Vision 2050 plan, which stretches three decades, strives to help Gloucestershire grow - shaping it into a vibrant and welcoming place to live, work and study.

 

It’s really important we hear from as many young people as possible about ideas for the county in 2050 – after all they are the future!

 

Please encourage your students to sign up for the debate and find out more about the Gloucestershire Vision 2050 project.

 

Please encourage students to register for the debate at this link.

 

To find out more about the Gloucestershire 2050 vision project please visit www.glos2050.com

 

 

 

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