East Herts

Online youth projects for young people in the East Herts district which includes Hertford, Ware, Bishop's Stortford, Buntingford and Sawbridgeworth

YC Hertfordshire Services for Young People is running the following online group sessions for young people in the East Herts district.

If you are a young person and would like to join any of these groups, please call the team on 01992 588220, text 'SUPPORT' to 07860 065173 or email yc.eastherts@hertfordshire.gov.uk. We will then invite you by sending you a link so you can easily join the session from your phone, tablet or laptop.

If you are a professional or parent/carer and would like to refer a young person to any of these projects please make a referral.

Bishop’s Stortford and Sawbridgeworth Thursday Project

Every Thursday, 6.30pm-7.30pm

Join this project to get involved in discussions about issues that may be affecting your life, such as health and wellbeing, sexual health, relationships, staying safe online, bullying, identity, self-esteem and confidence, education and training or anything else that is bothering you.

For young people aged 13-17.

Bishop’s Stortford Friday Project

Every Friday, 6.30pm-7.30pm

Join this project to get involved in discussions about issues that may be affecting your life, such as health and wellbeing, sexual health, relationships, staying safe online, bullying, identity, self-esteem and confidence, education and training or anything else that is bothering you.

For young people aged 13-17.

Bishop's Stortford Youth Forum

Every Monday, 6.30-7.30pm

The Bishop's Stortford Youth Forum is for young people who want to make a difference in their community, discuss current issues, share ideas and think of ways they can help improve things in their area.

For young people aged 11-17.

Buntingford Project

Every Friday 6.00pm-7.00pm

Join this project to get involved in discussions about issues that may be affecting your life, such as health and wellbeing, sexual health, relationships, staying safe online, bullying, identity, self-esteem and confidence, education and training or anything else that is bothering you.

For young people aged 13-17.

Emotional Wellbeing Project

Every Tuesday, 6-7pm

Join this project to get help with any challenges and pressures you are facing in your life and discuss how you can look after your own emotional and mental wellbeing.

For young people aged 13-17.

Hertford Project

Every Friday, 6-7pm

Join this project to get involved in discussions about issues that may be affecting your life, such as health and wellbeing, sexual health, relationships, staying safe online, bullying, identity, self-esteem and confidence, education and training or anything else that is bothering you.

For young people aged 13-17.

LGBT+ Project

Every Thursday, 6-7pm

This project is a for young lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender variant people and those questioning their sexuality in the East Herts district.

Join this group for discussions with other young LGBT+ people in the area and to get information and support from YC Hertfordshire youth workers.

For young LGBT+ people aged 13-17.

Plus One Project for Young Parents and Parents-To-Be

Every Thursday, 3-5pm

This project offers support, advice and guidance to young parents and parents-to-be up to the age of 21 in the East Herts District.

Join us for the opportunity to meet with other young parents and get support with manging the challenges of parenthood, developing your parenting skills and exploring your future opportunities.

For young parents and parents-to-be aged 14-21.

Ware Wednesday Project

Every Wednesday, 6.30pm-7.30pm Starting 13 May 2020

Join this project to get involved in discussions about issues that may be affecting your life, such as health and wellbeing, sexual health, relationships, staying safe online, bullying, identity, self-esteem and confidence, education and training or anything else that is bothering you.

For young people aged 13-17.

Ware Youth Forum

Every Monday, 6-7pm

The Ware Youth Forum is for young people who want to make a difference in their community, discuss current issues, share ideas, and think of ways they can help improve things in their area.

For young people aged 11-17.