Young people in Redcar and Cleveland

Young people are the future of Redcar and Cleveland.

We are working to improve the way we all look at our place. Talking-up Redcar and Cleveland is crucial. It helps our towns and industry to thrive, and who wouldn’t want that?

This is why we are working to get young people more involved with our project! To date we have:

  • Met with a focus group of students from Redcar & Cleveland College to explain about the Ambassadors project and what we want to achieve.
  • Talked with Prior Pursglove College in Guisborough about bringing the Ambassadors project to their Student’s Union.
  • Chatted to the children at Newcomen Primary School, Redcar to explain why there’s so much to love and talk up in our local area. The children put forward some brilliant ideas – little Ambassadors in the making!
  • Visited Wilton Primary School with Spark Tees Valley, to talk about an exciting future for our place, around being a UK centre for clean energy
  • Started to get involved with youth centres throughout the borough, such as Tuned In!, Redcar who became enthusiastic Ambassadors.
  • Met with Blooming Youth Collective, Redcar
  • Visited young people in business and young entrepreneurs, to hear about their experiences of being part of the Redcar and Cleveland business community.

We have learnt a lot about how to include our talented and enthusiastic young people, but there’s always more to do!

If you have any ideas on how to spread our message, want to become an Ambassador, or just want to do your bit to help out our place, send an email to Ambassadors@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk.

There’ll be more information in this part of the site about our work and connections with our young people very soon.

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