Brentford Youth Voice Holds its First Meeting

Participants chose to focus on the impact of climate change in the area

Participants at the Brentford Youth Voice meeting
Participants at the Brentford Youth Voice meeting


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January 13, 2023

Thank you for posting the piece on Brentford Youth Voice, would you be so kind to post a follow up piece as below?

Brentford Youth Voice had its first meeting this Wednesday night at the Digital Dock. it was inspiring and full of lively conversation on a wide range of topics.

One issue we did discuss at length are the devastating effects of climate change on our environment. We we’re fortunate to have Elise Anly there from Hounslow’s Youth Climate Network whose goal is to ensure we can bring together passionate young people (aged 18-25) in Hounslow to create a better world for generations to come.

The Youth Climate Network works with the London Borough of Hounslow to design and deliver environmental projects, providing young people with the chance to truly influence the future of Hounslow and London.

Follow this link for more information on the Youth Climate Network and how you can get involved.

Discussions at the meeting centred on the environment
Discussions at the meeting centred on the environment

We hope to see you at the next meeting of Brentford Youth Voice, for more information please email Councillor Lara Parizotto -

Martin Case – Chair, Brentford Voice


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