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How could Gloucestershire be a magnet for young people?

The voice of the next generation will play a crucial part as GFirstLEP develops the Local Industrial Strategy for Gloucestershire.

A group of young researchers working with GFirst are asking for the help of young people to develop plans to improve Gloucestershire as a better place to live and work.

They are appealing to people aged 14-25 living, working or studying within the county to complete a short survey, to find out what would make Gloucestershire a 'magnet county'.

The survey will prove invaluable to the developing strategy, which aims to improve skill, develop local infrastructure and enhance local business growth.

As a thank you for your completing the survey, GFirst will add entrants into a free prize draw to win £50 in vouchers.

Enter the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GlosMagnet.

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