Youngsters voice plans for city
Ripon youngsters showed that, although they may not be of age to vote in a referendum, they have their own ideas on how to create a better future for their City.
When 16 pupils from Greystone Primary school met up with members of the City Plan team, they were keen to voice their own vision as part of the draft consultation of Ripon City Plan.
Aged between 9-10 years old, the group role-played the part of city councillors with their own elected Mayor presiding and they came up with a list of improvements.
These included an improved swimming pool, good clothes and shoes shops that would avoid... read more
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