Report reveals rural youth work cuts and how to boost provision

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Analysis highlights how youth service cuts in rural communities have compounded transport and infrastructure barriers faced by young people and calls for more investment in mobile units and digital provision post pandemic.

Spending time on Jamie’s Farm helps young people boost their self-confidence. Picture: Lydia Booth Photography/Jamie's Farm
Spending time on Jamie’s Farm helps young people boost their self-confidence. Picture: Lydia Booth Photography/Jamie's Farm

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