Trafford Council hosted a Young People's Question Time as part of this year's Local Democracy Week (12-16 October). Representatives from each of the eight schools and Trafford Youth Cabinet taking part will also have the opportunity of meeting their Ward Councillors as part of a Councillors Surgery. This will give them the chance to find out about their work and look at how young people and local communities link together.
Lets Go Global are a creative media organisation in the heart of Old Trafford, Manchester, UK. Set up in 2003, we've evolved from an arts-led, internet TV channel, to a dynamic media organisation offering training, workshops, video production, project management, venue hire and consultancy. We have a high-spec media suite, a fully equipped broadcast studio and a committed team of artists and professionals ready to help you learn, work and participate in the creative media industry. Community Participation We have over five years experience working in a community setting, and are specialists in reaching and involving the local community, particularly marginalized groups. We can provide projects with access to professional ICT & video production resources, and a live broadcast studio. Project Management We're ideally placed to offer experienced and innovative project management; as well as a professional service, we can provide a practical space for community groups to use, and have strong relationships with a number of local artists. Our Partners Lets Go Global are part of Trafford council's Arts and Culture team. In fact, we were the first community Internet channel in the country to be operated by a local authority. Trafford council is now a leading local authority in community ICT provision. Our partners include Arts Council England Northwest, BBC Education and Communities Partnership: Connect and Create, Manchester Digital Development Agency, AGMA, Liverpool John Mooreï¿½s ICDC, Creative Partnerships, Cornerhouse, Trafford Housing Trust and FC United.