Worcestershire Youth Cabinet
The Worcestershire Youth Cabinet is a group of elected young
people (aged 11 to 18) who aim to provide all of the young people
who live in Worcestershire with a voice – a voice that is heard and
listened to by local, regional and national government, by
providers of services for young people and by any other agencies
who have an interest in the views and needs of young people.
Use the sections below to find out more about your Youth
The Youth Cabinet
The county of Worcestershire is split into 6 Districts –
Bromsgrove, Malvern Hills, Redditch, Worcester, Wychavon and Wyre
Forest. There are 4 places allocated to young people from each
District, with members elected for a period of three years on a
Find out more about how the Youth
Cabinet works, its aims and its objectives.
Meetings and Consultations
Use this section to find out more about what happens at meetings and consultations, when they are held
and who attends.
Elections are held every year providing that
seats are available to elect young people onto the Worcestershire
Youth Cabinet, the wider aims of the election process is to
encourage young people to consider issues relating to:
- Elections e.g. candidates, manifestos, voting, etc.
Find out more information on Elections.
The Worcestershire Youth Cabinet work with a
range of services, groups and organisations to advise and assist
them with relevant youth issues. This could be to carry out a
consultation on their behalf, advice on accessibility of services
and surrounding information and to share good practice of youth
The Worcestershire UK Youth Parliament
Find out more about the UK Youth
This page was last reviewed 14 May 2013 at 11:29.
The page is next due for review 10 November 2014.