Elmbridge Young People's Survey

Closed 19 Apr 2015

Opened 4 Mar 2015

Feedback updated 1 Nov 2017

We asked

For young people in Elmbridge to share their views on what’s important to them growing up in Elmbridge, the support available for important issues and activities available in the borough.

You said

We received 74 responses to the survey. Some of the issues highlighted as important to young people were transport, finding things to do, getting advice about what to do after finishing school, being able to move out and live independently, and having enough money. Young people also gave us some really helpful feedback on the support available for these issues as well as on the activities they like to do or would like to be able to do in the borough.

We did

This survey was one of a number of engagement activities which are contributing to the development of a joint youth strategy for Elmbridge. The strategy is being developed by Elmbridge Borough Council and Surrey County Council in partnership with other organisations in the borough. Following on from the survey we will be running a number of focus groups with young people to get more detailed feedback on some of the issues in the survey.

Results updated 1 Nov 2017

Thank you to all those who completed the Elmbridge Young People's Survey. The document below povides a summary of the results from the survey. The survey is one of a number of engagement activities which will inform the development of an Elmbridge Youth Strategy which is being developed in partnership by Elmbridge Borough Council and Surrey County Council.



Win an iPad mini!

Please take 15 minutes to share your views on what it’s like for you being a young person in Elmbridge. All those who complete the survey will have the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad mini! 

Elmbridge Borough Council, Surrey County Council and voluntary, community and faith organisations want to hear what’s important to you and what we could do to make a difference for you growing up in Elmbridge. Your views will help us to improve our offer to young people in Elmbridge over the coming months.      

The survey is completely anonymous - we will not say who has said what or use any names. If you would like to be entered into the prize draw then you will be asked to provide us with your email address. This will only be used to contact you if you win, unless you agree otherwise. The winner will be notified by 20 April 2015.

Thanks for taking the time!


  • Elmbridge


  • Young people


  • 12-19 year olds
  • 20-25 year olds