The West Norfolk Cultural Education Partnership are running a short consultation with children and young people in West Norfolk until March 2019.

The Youth Loneliness Consultation survey aims to collect responses from children and young people across King’s Lynn and West Norfolk, but primarily aimed at three locations: Fairstead, South Lynn, North Lynn.

The survey can be found at:

The survey is open until mid-March and is aiming to find out about the levels of youth loneliness in the area, the ways in which children and young people engage with their local community venues and the types of activities they are interested in.

The consultation is funded by the Co-op and Big Lottery, as part of the Building Connections Youth Strand. The results will support the West Norfolk Local Cultural Education Partnership to shape activities and strategies for children and young people in the borough over the next 3-5 years. To share the results we will be compiling a short film and written report, which will be widely available from April 2019.

The West Norfolk Local Cultural Education Partnership hopes to hear from at least 100 children and young people as part of this initiative so please do forward it on to colleagues, networks and everyone you know who may benefit from taking part.

If you would prefer to collect hardcopy surveys with youth groups please contact Natalie Jode, Executive Director (on behalf of the West Norfolk Cultural Education Partnership) who can post some to you and arrange collection – 01953 713396 /