Jeremy Leggett

Jeremy Leggett

Facilitator

jeremy.leggett@oxfordshire.gov.uk

Facilitators work directly with young people, run regular group sessions and help young people develop positive relationship that enables them to live successfully in their homes

I have worked for over twenty years with young people in London, Wiltshire and Oxfordshire. 

This has been in a variety of projects and teams such as Early Help, Early Intervention, Youth Services and a national charity called Young Enterprise. I have also set up and run several youth music projects. These involved building several recording studios and also setting up several Youth-led gig committees. 

More about me

  • Lifelong Arsenal FC Fan
  • Travelled to 32 countries
  • Proud Dad of 2 little girls
  • Played in numerous rock bands as singer/guitarist
  • Been played on BBC Radio 1
  • Worked as Gig Promoter and Stage Tech in Music Industry

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