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
Tearing up Asda car park – The Bristol cruiser scene
Tokyo, L.A, Cribbs Causeway: the cruiser scene is alive and well in Bristol
Night Stop: the people offering Bristol’s homeless young adults somewhere to sleep.
As the housing crisis deepens and homelessness is on the rise, some Bristolians are stepping up to help those falling through the gaps in provision
Off the streets and into the ring
Bristol’s inner-city boxing clubs are teaching lessons that reach beyond fitness and footwork
Interactive: Our voices – young people with cancer
People don’t often ask us about it. Often I can tell by someone’s face that they want to broach the subject.
“It’s difficult to exist outside the gender binary”
A non-binary perspective on the south-west’s first ever Trans Pride event.
“Expect prejudice, but never accept it”
The landscape is changing for Bristol’s LGBT+ kids, but they need support
Votes at 16: Should young people have a voice at the ballot box?
Youth worker Jack Clements makes the case for lowering the voting age.