Photos: A Vibrant Youth
Vibrant Youth is an ongoing portrait series showcasing some young creatives in Bristol who are working two or more jobs to make ends meet while pursuing their dreams.
Felix Rd celebrates 75 years of adventure play
But playworkers warn that the future of play in Bristol is at risk, with adventure playgrounds struggling to stay open without council funding.
Why are young people turning to prescription drugs?
The Cable speaks to John McGuirk, team leader and therapist at Off the Record, a mental health charity supporting 11-25 year olds.
Watch: Knowle West boxing club puts up a fight
Chris Winters aka ‘Skemer’ is fighting to find a new home for his Knowle West boxing club. Media Lab trainee Charlie Watts spoke to the Park...
Council awards new youth services contracts two months late
After months of delays, Bristol's reduced youth services will finally launch in June.
No more play: council slashes youth services by 30%
Youth workers and parents want to know why the council has cut out play, open access and work with under 11s from its new youth services.
Transforming mental health provision in schools?
Therapists and educators criticise the government’s proposed changes to how mental health services are delivered.
Becky Romero’s family: “Our children deserve better than this”
Family of teenager failed by Bristol’s mental health service demand more funding for the sector.
Determination and struggle to shake “hangover from the past” in Southmead
Sensationalist coverage of “riot” in area shows how media failed to grasp the real challenges faced by the community.
Learning the legal hustle
Bristol-based project Street2Boardroom is ready to shake up the street and business worlds, but challenges lie ahead. “We can’t live in a society where people...
Do young Bristolians want the vote?
The youth will control our future and how the world ends up for the next generation. But are they ready?
“You are definitely not alone”: Using art to tackle the teenage mental health taboo
Teenagers and youth charities have collaborated with the Cable on this series of illustrations on mental health
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