We re the future so listen to us
We are young people in exmouth aged 18-30! We attended the exmouth master plan meeting and there appeared to be only four people under the age of 70 who each had their own views and were not willing to listen to our views
We're the future
so listen to us
We are young people in exmouth
aged 18-30! We attended the
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exmouth master plan meeting and
there appeared to be only four people
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under the age of 70 who each
had their own views and were not
willing to listen to our views.
This is why exmouth has failed
in recent years. The elderly have
taken over and have full control on
everything from roads, to supermarkets,
Let us have our say without the
elderly putting their own views
onto the youth of today.
Our friend, Zan Slough, does not
want her son to grow having to
move away to make something of
himself. Opportunities should be
available, job prospects should be
here. I think that is important to
We are as much a part of the community
as they are. We are the people
who are going to carry it on!
We are the future!
Hannah Wells, Zan Slough,
Maddie Pearce, Sue Turner,
Lynn Burden, Denise Wells.
Hartley Road, Exmouth.