Youth Council Meetings
- Monday Ian Clough Hall 7- 8:30pm
- Wednesday St Hugh's Centre, Coach Road, Baildon 6- 7:30pm
Youth councils are a popular and effective way to get more youth involved in solving local problems and more actively engaged in the community." Promoting Youth Participation, National League of Cities 2002
"Young people want and deserve a voice in their communities." Promoting Youth Participation, National League of Cities 2002
"Young people are the future of our communities and it is important that we, as parish and town councils, invest in them." Advice for Local Councils on Creating a Youth Council
Aims, Objectives and Outcomes
1.) Through effective use of promotion we will engage young people in the youth club and youth council. Offering a range of fun, safe and relevant sessional content, learning and training. Enabling them to have a voice for themselves and their community.
2.) To encourage young people to engage, support and communicate effectively with their community through other organisations and projects.
3.) Provide platform for young people to share their views, opinions, concerns and ideas through the use of surveys, consultations and campaigns to identify the young people's need and shape provision.
4.) To engage young people who do not currently access services through a range of detached and outreach activities, which provides support for young people in their own environment and tackles issues highlighted through consultations.
5.) To form positive and effective working relationships with other individuals, organisations and agencies in the area who have a shared and vested interest in the welfare of young people.