Blaze Arts to undertake research with young people
Blaze Arts are working on behalf of Lancashire 2025 to undertake key consultation with young people age 16-25. This will form an important part of Lancashire’s bid to become UK City of Culture.
Lancashire 2025 is asking organisations throughout Lancashire who work with young people age 16-25 to support the consultation by:
- Promoting the workshops on websites and social media channels.
- Signing up Young People directly.
- Leading your own workshop using our easy to follow toolkit - available on request.
To find out more, organisations should contact Hannah Whitlow, Blaze Arts: email@example.com
Details about the Workshops
Blaze Arts is running some crucial youth consultation this summer to gather opinions and ideas to shape the Lancashire 2025 UK City of Culture bid.
Blaze are looking for 16-25 year olds who want to be involved in making the region a better, more creative and inspiring place to live. Young people can share their opinions and ideas in online focus sessions or take part via an online survey where their voices will feed into the Lancashire 2025 vision for a future virtual city.
The next focus sessions will take place on Tuesday 22nd September at 6pm and Saturday 26th September at 2pm. For more information and to sign up to the workshops click here.
It is vital that we hear from as many 16-25 year olds across Lancashire as possible to ensure everyone is represented in the vision.
Complete the survey here! One survey respondent will be selected at random to win a £15 e-voucher!
Promote Our Consultation
Organisations wishing to promote the consultation can use a range of suggested social media posts:
@Blazearts are hosting a short fun survey to gather young people's ideas and opinions on #Lancashire2025 to take part visit http://bit.ly/LC2025survey where your responses will shape the future vision.
Have your say on #Lancashire2025 @blazearts are looking for young people aged 16-25 to feed into the Lancashire 2025 UK City of Culture bid. Take part in their online workshops. Sign up at http://bit.ly/lancashire2025