Funky Dragon takes it all in

15th July 2005 at 01:00
School dinners, binge-drinking and the European constitution are on the agenda of the forthcoming annual meeting of Funky Dragon, the Welsh Assembly's youth organisation. Five Assembly Cabinet members will attend, take questions from young people and canvass their views on current events.

The meeting, being held today at the National Assembly in Cardiff, will also include the peer-led organisation's annual elections. Funky Dragon aims to make sure the views of children and young people are heard, particularly by the Assembly government.

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