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Child friendly Leeds
We’re working to bring everyone together to make Leeds a child friendly city—a place where children are valued, supported, enjoy growing up, and look forward to a bright future. Find out more by clicking on the buttons above, or contact us at / 0113 247 4819
You can get involved with Leeds' ambition to be a child friendly city!
Could you play your part? Are you or your organisation already doing great work for children and young people? Would you like to get involved and help spread the word?

If you think you may want to sign up as an ambassador, or lend the support of your organisation to the campaign, we’d love to hear from you and help to share your work more widely. Just get in touch on to find out more and talk to us about how you can be involved.  You can also make a pledge using the box on the left to start the conversation.
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Child friendly Leeds film
Watch a 2 minute clip of our animated film by children and young people, created by Studio 12 through workshops with Leeds children and young people, working with local young poet, Ma Maposa, and kindly sponsored by British Gas.  We hope it inspires you to get involved and play your part, and to share it with others!
3,000 and counting
We've over 3,000 followers on Twitter thanks to you!  Say hello, and let us know about great news or opportunities for children, young people and families in Leeds - just tweet us @child_Leeds or use #child_Leeds.
Child friendly Leeds awards
On 30 January, City Varieties hosted the very first child friendly Leeds awards. Y Productions, our talented and dedicated planning group of young people planned and ran the event from start to finish, and celebrated people and places who are making Leeds a great place to grow up. 
Read about all of the winners, performers and much more on the child friendly Leeds awards page!
Our thanks go to British Gas for sponsoring the whole event and making it possible, and to City Varieties for not only hosting the event at no cost, but also supporting the young people’s planning group to run the event through workshops, training and much more.  Thank you also to Leeds First Direct Arena for playing their part by offering tickets as prizes, and recognising the hard work that Y Productions have put in by giving them the opportunity to watch a selected show from a VIP suite at the Arena.
Have you seen our beautiful blog?  You'll find previews of eventsguest posts from ambassadorsread about fostering, to more about MyMapLeeds. It's where you can read more about what's going on to make Leeds a child friendly place, hear from young people, volunteers and organisations, and much more.