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‘Move It’ Programme Success

12 April 2019

Young people from Hertsmere who took part in the ‘Move It’ programme produced and delivered by YC Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire County Council’s youth service, have enjoyed improving their physical fitness and wellbeing - while all achieving the Duke of Edinburgh’s Sectional Awards.

Young people benefit from wellbeing care boxes

29 March 2019

More than 50 care leavers have benefitted from wellbeing boxes which promote emotional health and wellbeing, as part of this year’s Feeling Good Week.

Sexual health lunchtime sessions in Watford

15 March 2019

YC Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire County Council youth service, Youth Workers in Watford have received excellent feedback from students following sexual health sessions which take place at West Herts College each Wednesday.

Young people in Welwyn Hatfield enjoy a week of activities focused on emotional well-being

15 March 2019

Young people in Welwyn Hatfield took part in a week of activities to promote emotional well-being, with YC Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire County Council’s youth service, as part of the annual Feeling Good Week.

Plus One Young Parents and Parents-to-be Programmes

12 March 2019

YC Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire County Council’s youth service, has launched three new Plus One Parenting Programmes for young parents and parents-to-be in Broxbourne, Welwyn Hatfield and East Herts.

Feeling Good Week 2019 – celebrating emotional and physical health and wellbeing

06 March 2019

Young people in Hertfordshire have had the opportunity to focus on their personal development and wellbeing for this year’s Feeling Good Week, with a series of special events organised by YC Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire County Council’s youth service.

YC Hertfordshire celebrates LGBT History Month

04 March 2019

In celebration of LGBT History Month, YC Hertfordshire’s Who Not What group has been taking its pop-up exhibition to venues across Hertfordshire.

Sir John Lawes students set to become Young Health Champions

20 February 2019

A group of 14 Year 12 students at Sir John Lawes School in Harpenden are completing training to become Young Health Champions by taking the Royal Society of Public Heath (RSPH) Young Health Champions Course, delivered by YC Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire County Council’s youth service.

Stevenage Youth Council Conference

03 January 2019

22 young people from three secondary schools in Stevenage attended the annual Youth Council Conference – organised by Stevenage Borough Council and YC Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire County Council’s youth service.

Hertsmere Young People Support the Community

19 December 2018

Young people who took part in the Autumn National Citizen Service programme with YC Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire County Council’s youth service, have carried out projects benefitting the community, including raising awareness of mental health, collecting toys and making care packages and clearing and tidying Shenley Road Cemetery.