HAPPY SHROVE TUESDAY FROM THE WFYOUTH TEAM! We like the look of this pancake for later… but what is the true meaning of all this? What is pancake day a.k.a Shrove Tuesday? Shrove Tuesday is the day before Lent starts: the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. It’s a day of penitence, to clean the soul, and […]
The first Youth Council meeting of 2014 took place yesterday – 29th January 2014 at City Limits. It was an excellent turnout and young people from various organisations and groups attended. They have now gone away to find out from other young people what issues that they want raising at future Youth Council meetings. The next […]
Wonder if there will be any more inventions to match the 3 seater bike from last week.
Some of the UKYP / Youth Council working on the draft Questionaire for the Youth Conference in March. Also last bits of prep for their campaigning this and next week. Good luck all
Only one more week to go before the UKYP elections 2014! Starts voting in all schools and colleges Monday 27th January – Friday 31st January. Who are you going to vote for? Visit http://wfyouth.co.uk/things-to-do/involving-young-people/uk-youth-parliament/ to view the manifestos.
~~One small positive thought in the morning can change your whole day~~ Happy Monday!
Teamwork Challenge is about to start in Featherstone and we’re recruiting young people who live in the Priory Road, Huntwick and Verner areas of Featherstone now. Youth Workers will be out and about over the next few weeks and we’re having a ‘get to know you’ ice skating trip on Wednesday 5 Feb. If you’re […]
Teenage Kicks, a heritage and performance project, is on the lookout for more young people to get involved. We meet every Tuesday in Featherstone at the B&S Club. If you’re interested in taking part, contact Jo at The Youth Work Company on: 07856 805993.
UKYP candidates preparing the final publicity materials as they start to campaign in their local schools. Good luck to you all. Meeting again next week 4pm at city limits
We are currently recruiting for the Brathay Social Enterprise project. This scheme, run by staff from Brathay is aimed at young people age 14-18 who have an interest in setting up their own business or want to work for themselves in some capacity. Young people do not have to have a concrete plan about what […]