Bassetlaw District Council launched its drive to engage 13-18 year old students in their community in August 2015.
Councillor Sarah Farncombe, Young Person's Champion at Bassetlaw District Council (2019), said: ďBassetlaw Youth Council is a great opportunity to meet new friends and get your voice heard. You donít have to have knowledge of politics; you just have to be passionate about your area and the issues that affect you, from anything such as public transport to apprenticeships. If you donít speak up, you wonít get heard!Ē
For a vast range of links for help and advice for and about young people, go to Bassetlaw District Councilís resources here...
Click on the posters below for much larger versions.
To find out more - and contacts,
◄ click on this Have YOUR Say banner.
For more on Bassetlaw District Council support for young people, see Bassetlaw District Councilís website here...
Dates of forthcoming BYC meetings (click on dates for details):
9th January, 2020 in Retford Town Hall
13th February in Worksop Town Hall
12th March in Retford Town Hall
Bassetlaw has loads of support and advice for young people (under 25s) as these posters show - click on them for larger views:
Do you need to chat to someone, in confidence, about things that are troubling you?
Want to know more about Kooth? Click here...
http://www.healthforteens.co.uk/nottinghamshire/ Health for Teens introduces a new and different way for young people to learn about their health.
Your school nurse is also an easily accessible source of advice and support