ngage, the community organisation are asking young people aged between 13 – 19 to have their say about activities in Thurrock. ngage want young people to compete a short survey and the information they provide will help Thurrock Council plan future activities for young people in Thurrock.
Jacqui Payne, Programme manager for ngage said: “We are visiting a number of schools, local colleges and groups to give young people a chance to complete the survey.
The short survey can also be found on the ngage website and it would be great if parents could let their children know about it as there are also two Lakeside Vouchers to be won in a free prize draw. Visit www.ngagethurrock.org.uk or call 01375 389893 for more information.