TEENAGERS and young adults have just days left to voice their thoughts on activities for young people.

Oxfordshire County Council is carrying out a survey about the quality, quantity and accessibility of activities in the county.

It is open to people aged 13-19, or up to 25 for those with learning difficulties and disabilities, who live, work or study here.

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The council's consultation document states: "Regular participation in positive leisure-time activities is linked to better school attendance, higher life satisfaction, better learning, increased fitness and a lower risk of becoming NEET (not in employment, education or training).

"We would like to make sure all young people in Oxfordshire can access a suitable offer of positive leisure-time activities.

"This survey asks young people about the activities they do so we can see if there are enough activities in Oxfordshire for young people, that they are the kind of activities you like and want to do, and that you are able to do them."

Consultation closes at 23.59pm on Wednesday - see