HEALTHWATCH Wiltshire is calling on young people from across the county to join its team of young volunteers.

The group speak to people whop live in Wiltshire to find out their views on the health and care they receive by NHS and social care services.

The independent consumer champion wants to hear from children and young people aged 14-25 about what health and social care services they use and what their experience has been. Healthwatch Wiltshire is also keen to find young volunteers who want to help others get their voices heard.

Young Healthwatch Wiltshire is open to anyone who wants to make a difference to their community and has an interest in the rights and wellbeing of young people.

Stacey Plumb, Healthwatch Wiltshire manager, said: "We want everyone to get the best out of health and social care services and to make sure that those who run services put people at the heart of care. We're calling on the young people of Wiltshire to join our team to help make sure the views of children and young people are listened to."

Find out more by visiting the Healthwatch Wiltshire website.