Information for young people
These are some of the projects we run that young people can refer themselves to. However, if you are a young person that would like some of the support listed on our other pages then please talk to your school, social worker or family support worker.
Our Youth Centres
We have Youth Centres in Leamington Spa (Lillington Youth Centre), Nuneaton (CHESS) and Atherstone (Ratcliffe Youth Centre) which unfortunately due to COVID are currently not able to run their programme of youth clubs and projects.
For information on what is happening for young people in these areas, check out the Facebook pages, email the youth workers below or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Chess Centre, Nuneaton - email@example.com
- Ratcliffe Youth Centre, Atherstone - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lillington Youth Centre, Leamington - email@example.com
Warwickshire Youth Council
The Council aims to represent the voice of young people in Warwickshire. You must be 11 – 18 and live or study in Warwickshire to be part of the youth council.
Each year, young people across Warwickshire vote for self-nominated young people to represent them. Those elected meet monthly at Shire Hall and have the responsibility of campaigning and liaising with bodies of power on behalf of young people.
Youth Council members have opportunities to have their say to local councillors and other leaders in the community. We are also a member of the British Youth Council.
Each area of Warwickshire also has a youth forum which represents young people at a more local level. What is it you want to change in your community?
We have forums in:
- North Warwickshire area – (waiting for information)
- Nuneaton & Bedworth area – (waiting for information)
- Rugby area - Instagram - @rugbyyouthforum (instagram) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Warwick area – email email@example.com
- Stratford area - Twitter - @ForumStratford, Instagram - @ForumStratford or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Young people are welcome to join these groups at any point in the year.
If you would like to know more use the links above or contact email@example.com
We always run extra projects in the summer holidays. Please contact us to find out what we are doing at firstname.lastname@example.org
Detached Youth Work
Youth Workers are currently working out on the streets supporting Warwickshire Police to keep young people safe. This work is mainly taking place in the evenings in Warwickshire’s parks and town centres. Our workers will always have their Warwickshire County Council ID with them.
To find out when our youth workers are likely to be out and about in your area email email@example.com