CHILDREN in Huddersfield will be given the chance to have their say as part of a survey.
Children across the country will say how they would change the world if they were king or queen.
It is the fifth annual survey of under-10s to be carried out over the next few months before National Kids’ Day, December 14.
The survey, in which schools across Huddersfield will be invited to take part, is organised by the promotional consortium Luton First.
Patricia Murchie, of Luton First, said: “The idea of National Kids’ Day is to give pre-teens a voice for their opinions in a very simple format.
“This particular age group has some very clear ideas on how the world could be changed for the better but are rarely given the opportunity to express them.”