Your voice, your views on county council priorities

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your voice your views
Have your say on your council

This autumn, Oxfordshire County Council are hearing from people who live, work, study and play in Oxfordshire. They’d like you to take part in an online discussion group and have your say – your voice matters!

There is now a new Cabinet leading Oxfordshire County Council which have a clear aim to make Oxfordshire a greener, fairer county. They have developed nine new priorities for Oxfordshire, which are really important as they will affect how your council works for you over the next four years.

Want to channel your inner Greta? Oxfordshire County Council want to give you the opportunity to share your ideas and what these priorities mean to you, your friends, your family, and to your local area.

As a thank you, we’ll give you £20 and a certificate to add to your portfolio. The fun will be thrown in for free! We are working with Family, Kids and Youth a research company specialising in the youth area, a friendly staff member will run the session.

When, what time, where?

  • If you live in a market town or village and are 14-15 years it's Monday 18th October - 5-6.30pm
  • If you live in Oxford or Banbury age 16-17 years it's Tuesday 19th October - 5-6.30pm
  • If you live in Witney, Didcot, Bicester and are 17-18 years it's Tuesday 19th October - 7-8.30pm
  • Don't worry if you can't make those dates - complete the form anyway and we will try and fit you in!

Want to get involved?

Find out more and have your say online or email consultations@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Remember, if you are under 16 years of age let your parent or carer know you want to take part.

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