Young people’s views on quality of life in Herefordshire

Katie Eastaugh, CEO, The Cart Shed and Sian Basker, Co CEO, Data Orchard, presenting ‘what’s the big deal about data? and the theory of change’ at the charity’s 2019 summer celebration.

We're busy analysing the results of a Quality of Life survey posted out to a random sample of households in Herefordshire in the spring. To complement this, we have a shorter online survey aimed at people aged 25 years or younger, available here

We need young people’s help to understand what life in Herefordshire is like; views on what’s on offer in the county, what people do in their leisure time, culture, how they're feeling and use of social media among other things.  If you are 25 years or younger or know someone who is, we would love you to fill this (anonymous) survey in! There is also a prize draw of £50 or £25 voucher of your choice and an additional £20 if you share it on Facebook.

This is all part of our ‘Better data, better lives’ #data4good project to help not-for-profit organisations understand the needs of people in Herefordshire. We'll be running some events in the autumn to publicise the results (watch this space!).

Mika Wilson