Society seeks pupils' voice;Bytes;News

12th November 1999 at 00:00
Young people are being asked for views about their local environment at a national online survey organised by the Children's Society. The "My Vote Counts" campaign quizzes them about issues such as traffic, dangerous roads, safety and crime. The results will be published during National Planning and Evironment Month in March. Teachers are being encouraged to bring the results to the attention of local policy makers and politicians.

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