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Healthwatch Leicestershire is working to raise the voice of young people because they believe that 'Young Voices Matter' and that those voices should be heard. Far too often, young people feel that their the views, opinions and experiences of health and social care services are not listened to, respected or acted upon. More »

We have developed a survey that will run until 30 April 2016, informed by insights from young people in order for us to better understand what is important to them and to champion the findings to decision makers.

We have provided an incentive of a £50 and £25 high street voucher to the two chosen winners of completed surveys. » Less

To support Safer Internet Day on 9th February 2016 we are once again hosting e-safety surveys for Leicestershire children and young people in Year 6 and Year 9. Last year over 4,500 young people took part and the information has been widely shared to help keep internet safety messages current.

Want a great way to stay in shape and save money?

Leicestershire County Council is running free* cycling courses for anyone over 16.

• Develop your cycling skills and confidence

• Learn to safely cycle on the road

• Find out how to do basic bike checks More »

Each course is made up of five, weekly two-hour sessions and run by qualified instructors. Equipment (if needed) can be provided.

For more information, visit:
www.choosehowyoumove.co.uk/cycling-courses or call 0116 3058116
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If you have witnessed any unacceptable behaviour on the school bus, we want you to tell us about it so we can take action. No one will know it's you who has reported the incident. This will take you to the County Council website.