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Utalk online

The U Talk Service is not currently active. It is hoped to be resumed in the future.

If you would like to get in touch about an issue or something young people in Cambridgeshire need to know about - please email usor send us a message on our Facebook page.


Current surveys and consultations


Wisbech Skate Park Consultation

Young people are being asked what they'd like to see in a new and improved skate park for Bath Road, Waterlees, to replace the old park removed last year due to safety concerns. Have your say in a new consultation on Wisbech Skate Park - and be in with a chance of winning a 50 Route One voucher to spend on skate and streetwear.

The skate park consultation runs until the end of February and will include local schools. At the end of the consultation, a winner for the 50 Route One voucher will be chosen from all participants at random.

To have your say, visit the online survey


Keep Your Head Survey

Keep Your Head are running a short survey on the best way to promote the website to young people in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

The site is all about mental health and keeping well. The answers you give will be used to guide how the website is promoted. Click here to complete the survey.

Youth Connect

It is important that the organisations who make decisions about local health and care services, listen to your needs when they are planning services for young people. They need to know what is important to you - what would help you - what you need.

So get in touch and get involved. Sign up to Youth Connect and talk to health and social care decision makers about issues that are important to you. This might be by joining a focus group, filling in questionnaires, or maybe even starting your own campaign.

Rita Nunes, our Youth Engagement Worker, will send you regular Youth Connect updates to help you stay in touch.

If you want to talk to Rita, you can contact her at or phone 01480 420628

This is a joint project between Healthwatch Cambridgeshire and Healthwatch Peterborough.

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