Woking youth council - Why not join and have your say!
29th September 2010
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Woking Youth Council

Woking Youth Council was formed in 2003 after consultation with young people throughout the borough.

The aim of the youth council is to give young people a voice on subjects that matter to them and their peers.

The youth councillors are aged between 11- 19 years old and either live, work or are educated within the borough.


Youth Councillors meet once a month in the council chamber giving them a real taste of democracy! Like the main councillors during their meetings they will chair, vice chair and minute taking. During a normal meeting youth councillors will make and advise councillors and officers on young people views. Recently they have been involved with the Campus Woking Consultation, Outdoor Youth Provision Consultation, the climate change strategy and equalities strategy.

The youth council organise events for young people to enjoy. The popular Uproar music night and a skate and bmx competition are examples of what they have ran.

How to Join?

Woking Youth Council is currently full and are unable to accept any new members. If you would like to join in the future, for any places that become available then please fill in the form below.

If you think you have the qualities to become a youth councillor and want to make a difference to your community then why not apply?

About the Author

Andrew K

Member since: 9th December 2010

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