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19 October 2015
September saw the last of over 80 young people complete a 12-week music based course which enhanced their appreciation of the arts and not just their musical abilities. The programme helped developed skills such as communication and team work.
19 October 2015
Supported by Youth Connexions, young people from across the county came together on Saturday 16th October at County Hall for the launch of the Hertfordshire Young People’s Manifesto 2015/16, in the presence of the Executive Member for Children’s Services, County Councillor Richard Roberts.
15 October 2015
Twenty young people from South Oxhey are delighted to have secured support for an Emergency First Aid course, thanks to their persistence and the support of County Councillor Joan King.
14 October 2015
The Hertfordshire UK Youth Parliament is looking for 11-17 year olds to stand for election as Members of UK Youth Parliament
01 October 2015
This summer, Youth Connexions was one of a number of partners hosting a community event designed to make young people aware of the range of opportunities open to them in Stevenage.
30 September 2015
Members of the gym club at Northgate Youth Centre recently took part in the third annual competition to find the ‘Strongest Member’.
18 September 2015
Children & Young People Now, the respected national news magazine for professionals working with children, young people and families, has recognised the work of Youth Connexions with the Herts1125 WhoNotWhat (WnW) group, a young person led group for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and questioning (LGBT+) young people.
16 September 2015
Primary school children are being encouraged to think about their futures through space themed careers lessons called ‘Rocket into the Future’.
10 August 2015
Youth Connexions has supported 51 young people from Welwyn Garden City, Hatfield and Welham Green to take part in the National Citizen Service (NCS).
07 August 2015
Young people from the Hertsmere area have been learning new skills while giving something back to their communities during the summer holidays – and raised over £2000 for local charities