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Watford Youth Council at the YouthPoint Centre for Young People, Watford
  • Ongoing
  • Watford
  • Disabled Access
  • Volunteer
  • Learning & Careers
  • Advice & Information

Watford Youth Council at the YouthPoint Centre for Young People, Watford

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Join the Watford Youth Council to have your say and make a difference! Learn how to represent yourself and other young people in your area.

Herts Young Commissioners
  • Ongoing
  • Countywide
  • Disabled Access
  • Volunteer
  • Learning & Careers
  • Advice & Information

Herts Young Commissioners

Hertfordshire County Council ensures that children and young people have a say in the services they receive. Since 2016 the voice of young people has been at the very heart of these services. We're looking for young people to join this brilliant programme - could it be you? Open to young people in Hertfordshire aged 13-19, up to 21 for care leavers and 24 for those with additional needs.

Advice And Information Centre Royston and District
  • Ongoing
  • Royston
  • Volunteer
  • Learning & Careers
  • Advice & Information

Advice And Information Centre Royston and District

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Volunteering opportunities for all ages

Advice and Information Centre, Broxbourne
  • Ongoing
  • Cheshunt
  • Volunteer
  • Learning & Careers
  • Advice & Information

Advice and Information Centre, Broxbourne

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The Advice and Information Centre, Broxbourne offers advice and information on how to become a volunteer. It also offers a wide range of volunteering opportunities for people who can give the occasional hour, as well as those seeking a longer time commitment.

Welwyn Hatfield Youth Council
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  • Welwyn Garden City
  • Disabled Access
  • Volunteer
  • Learning & Careers
  • Advice & Information

Welwyn Hatfield Youth Council

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Have your say... make a change. The Welwyn Hatfield Youth Council is a body of young people that meets every month to discuss, debate and take action on any issues affecting young people in the Welwyn Hatfield area.The youth council is somewhere that young people can raise issues and get their views heard by the people that can make a difference. It is also an organisation for change and to promote the good work that young people are doing in the borough. The youth council meets every Thursday, 4.30pm-6pm at the Welwyn Garden City Central Library on Campus West.

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