Youth Councils

Description

Your local youth council (often called a 'youth voice group') is where you can have your say about the things that concern you in your area. They are free and you will get lots of support by youth workers to help you have your say and make a difference.

Your views will always be listened to and youth workers can help get your views to people who make decisions. You can also do interesting activities such as making films, arts projects or organising events.

We also run some youth councils which are just for young people who need extra support to have their say. If you want to join a youth council but might need some extra support to get involved, please get in touch with us.  

Area

Ashton, Leigh, Wigan. Tyldesley. Abram. Worsley Hall.

Where and when

Activity information
Where are the youth councils?What day and time are the youth councils?
There are now youth voice groups in Wigan, Leigh, Ashton, Atherton/Tyldesley, Abram, and Worsley Hall (Central Park).  All youth voice groups meet on Wednesdays after school. Please contact us to find out the venues.

Contact for more information

Please contact Wigan Council's targeted youth support services team on tyssweb@wigan.gov.uk 


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