We are back, with a new team, new feel, and new Fixers - and on Halloween, ITV West and West Country viewers caught a glimpse of what is to come from Fixers.
Courageous, creative, and always inspiring, Fixers sees 16-25 year-olds making a difference to whatever area they desire, in whatever way they want.
With broadcasts across all ITV Regional News programmes, there is plenty of opportunity to witness the variety of projects young people are working on to make a difference.
The first broadcast gives you a preview of what is to come, with our first West and Westcountry Fixers - Sophie Thorne (17) and Emma-Louise Marriott (19).
Sophie was a victim of cyber-bullying for a number of years. Things became so hard to bear, she resorted to self-harming to deal with the abuse.
But now, Sophie has worked with Fixers to produce a short film (with elements of animation) to help victims of cyber-bullying - and parents, teachers, and others who know victims of cyber-bullies - tackle the abuse and recover from it.
Also featured is Emma-Louise - an author from Plymouth who is inspiring young people to get into creative writing. A cerebral palsey sufferer, Emma-Louise hopes children will be inspired by how she has used reading and writing to get her through the toughest times.
(You can find out more about their project by clicking the links at the bottom of this page.)