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Coronavirus in Bristol

Lockdown through a child’s eyes in Bristol

Missing friends but enjoying rare time with family. Feeling cabin bound but not having to go to school. Lockdown for kids in Bristol has both upsides and downsides.

Down but not out: Voices of young people excluded from school

'I have never experienced such intense stress': Social workers on the strain of cuts

Voices

'Children are being deprived of feeling part of their city'

Hartcliffe youngsters are campaigning for free bus travel for children.

Features

Meet a young problem gambler hooked on computer games and scratch cards

Reports

Wellfest: Celebrating results day whatever your results

Children's mental health spending amongst worst in the country

Politicians speak of the need for ‘parity of investment’ in mental health services but this is not the reality for children or young people in...

A troubled generation? Discussing youth mental health

“I walked into the conference with the cynical belief that the mental health crisis of my generation was inevitable but came away with a clear...

"Expect prejudice, but never accept it"

The landscape is changing for Bristol’s LGBT+ kids, but they need support

Art Review: 'A Drawn out Death' by Creative Youth Network

A brave and honest commentary on the subject of death from young artists of The Creative Youth Network

Representing you? Young people on the elections

Dr. Ed, a young Hip Hop artist, spoke to young people on who they’ll be voting for, if it all, and gives two cents on...

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