At the moment in Tattenhall, teenagers haven't really got a place to hang out. Tattenhall Youth Council has been set up to improve life in Tattenhall for young people, and this includes making the youth shelter better so teenagers and other young people will be able to use the space.
At the moment the youth shelter is a prime spot in Tattenhall for graffiti and other antisocial behaviour which means the majority of young people do not use it.
The Youth Council wants to transform the youth shelter into a place that teenagers and young people can hang out and get together with friends.
Therefore, the Youth Council is setting a competition that is open to all young people in Tattenhall to redesign a panel of the youth shelter.
We want the youth shelter to be bright, colourful and represent the young people of Tattenhall.
We also want the youth shelter to be a place that teenagers and young people want to use and be in, and not a dark corner of the village that encourages antisocial behaviour that we don't want to see in Tattenhall.
To get involved – design a panel of the youth shelter on a piece of A4 paper, take a picture and email to the Tattenhall Parish Clerk (firstname.lastname@example.org) or send your designs to the Youth Council Instagram (@tattenhallyouthcouncil).
The deadline of this competition is Monday 28th September 2020.
The Youth Council can't wait to see the creative designs that the young people of Tattenhall have created.
This was written by Anna Gibson on behalf of Tattenhall Youth Council.