Young people in south Oxfordshire shared ideas about the future of their villages over games and a slice of pizza at a community event.
More than 80 children, between seven and 16 years old, took part in the Vision of the Future drop-in sessions hosted by the steering group developing the Wootton and St Helen Without Neighbourhood Plan.
The events took place at Dalton Barracks Community Centre in Shippon and Wootton Community Centre.
Alisha from Dalton Barracks said: “It was a really fun day and I feel like my voice was listened to.”
Richard Bahu, one of the steering group organisers, said: “We really want young people to get involved and have their say.
“This is invaluable in helping us to shape our plan and we’re very grateful to them all for coming along.
“We appreciated the support from the team at Vale of White Horse District Council, the Damascus Youth Project and Oxfordshire Play Association in setting up the events.
“We were very grateful to My Community (Locality) which gave us a grant.”
More information is on the WSHWNP website: wshwnp.org.uk.