VIDEO: Jenga And A Chat With Bristol Youth Mayors
Barker and Kaja sat down with the new Youth Mayors of Bristol, Jack and Eve, to dress up and play Jenga while we find out who they are and what they’re about.
The Youth Mayors are Jack Payne and Eve Szczelkun. They act as advisors to the Mayor and they attend meetings and accompany him to events.
In this interview with them we discuss working for the council, what they’re interested in, what they plan on doing in the future and how they plan to bring change to Bristol.
You can reach the Youth Mayors via this website: www.bristol.gov.uk/youth-council-youth-mayors
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