Young Reporters from Leeds quiz Leeds City Council about 'Child Friendly Leeds'

What does Child Friendly City mean to you?

Child Friendly Leeds
On Monday 13th August, Leeds celebrated the homecoming of it's Olympic Athletes including the Brownlee Brothers and road race silver medalist Lizzie Armitstead.

As well as meeting the athletes, they quizzed the members of Leeds City Council about 'Child Friendly Leeds'

Leeds will be a child-friendly city where the voices, needs and priorities of children and young people are heard and inform the way we make decisions and take action.’ Vision for Leeds 2011 to 2030

There are over 180,000 children and young people in Leeds. To become a child friendly city, and the best city for children and young people, their voices and views need to be heard and responded to, and that they are active participants in their local community and citywide.

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