Join us and have your say, have fun and get involved!
- St Albans
The St Albans and Harpenden Youth Council aims to improve the lives of young people in the St Albans district. Do you want to make a difference? Can you rise to the challenge of representing the views of other young people in your area? Do you live in St Albans, Harpenden or surrounding areas? Then the St Albans and Harpenden Youth Council is a fantastic opportunity for you to get involved!
Have your say on what happens in your town! Buntingford Youth Council gives a voice to the younger residents of the local community. The Buntingford Youth Council is a group of young people who meet once a month to discuss and take action on key issues that affect young people in Buntingford. The youth council works in partnership with the Buntingford Town Council so that they get their views heard by people who can make a difference. They are looking for young people to join them so please get in touch.
- Disabled Access
Youth councils are groups of young people aged 11–19 (up to 24 if you have a learning disability), who come together to represent young people in their local area. Nobody knows about the issues affecting young people better than young people themselves, so come along and have your say. The Broxbourne Youth Council is supported by YC Hertfordshire and will enable you to present your views to those who make decisions so that they can work to improve things in the local community. To express an interest or for more information on the Broxbourne Youth Council, please contact YC Hertfordshire on 01992 588220 - or just come along.
- Welwyn Garden City
- Disabled Access
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.