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As previously reported (see link http://www.widerimpact.com/july-2012-young-persons-community-advocates) Wider Impact has been commissioned by Staffordshire Library Service, with objectives that include attracting more young people aged 16 to 19 years to make full use of their local Library.

As will be noted from these posters, we have worked closely with a wonderful group of young people to deliver an awareness campaign that includes a series of events aimed at young people, and innovative use of social media, which includes Facebook and Twitter.

Please feel free to access the survey at http://www.widerimpact.com/norton-canes

Wider Impact Director Edwin Lewis says, ‘It has become clear whilst working with the young people that we need to understand and appreciate how young people communicate, and make full use of social media. We are greateful to the young people, and our specialist IT advisor Tom Paylor, who are assisting in our opening the door to the complex world of young people living in our modern society’.

Interested in learning more? Please contact Edwin at edwin@widerimpact.com

Norton Canes Library Survey

One Response so far.

  1. brad robins says:

    libaray is very good and i went to the job club


Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis