youth services

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Sutton to reduce youth service provision following cuts to council funding

Sutton Council is to discontinue open access youth and adolescent services in the borough from this June, and develop new ways to provide targeted services for vulnerable young people. On Thursday, the council’s Children, Family and Education Committee (CFE Committee) approved the changes with a view to providing annual savings of £667,000 from the budget […]

Be the voice of young people in Sutton – Nominations are now open for the 2016 Youth Parliament

Do you want to voice the views of Sutton’s young people to local and national audiences – just like Ethan Smith and Daigan Reid have? Then now is the time to nominate yourself for the 2016 UK Youth Parliament. You just need to be aged between 14 and 16 and ultra passionate about local and […]

IN PICTURES: Sutton teens pledge to make borough better for young people, as UK Youth Parliament members announced

Ethan Smith thinks young people in Sutton aren’t listened to enough – he wants to have councillor open days in schools across the borough. He is now one step closer to making sure Sutton’s youth are heard. Sixteen-year-old Ethan, a pupil at Stanley Park High in Carshalton, is the new Sutton member of the UK […]

Last chance to nominate inspiring young person for inaugural awards

Do you know an inspiring young person? Residents have up until this Friday, 16 January to nominate a great local youth for the borough’s first ever Sutton Youth Celebration awards. Personal, physical and community achievements will all be recognised, as well as those who have inspired through performance such as music, dance or public speaking. […]