WEAVER Vale parliamentary candidate Daniela Parker will be among those in the firing line in an environment-themed Question Time session later this month.

The 'Wilder Cheshire Question Time' takes place on Wednesday, August 14.

Organised by Cheshire Wildlife Trust, it is a chance for 16-25 year olds who live in the region to pose questions about the environment to sitting MPs, councillors and parliamentary candidates.

Confirmed panel members include Green Party councillor Paul Bowers of Cheshire West & Chester, Liberal Democrats prospective parliamentary candidate Daniela Parker for Weaver Vale, Labour MP Faisal Rashid for Warrington South and environmental expert and nature writer Lucy McRobert.

Across the country, young people are leading the way in championing environmental issues.

Youth strikes and young spokespeople demonstrate that the younger generation want to see change in the way political leaders respond to environmental concerns. #

The Trust believes it is important that these environmentally minded individuals are given a say in their future.

The event is part of Cheshire Wildlife Trust’s Wilder Cheshire campaign which hopes to create stronger environmental legislation to help restore Cheshire’s natural environment.

The debate promises to be interactive and allow for discussion on the action young people want to see.

Questions can be submitted through Cheshire Wildlife Trust’s webpage at