IMAGINE what living in Hedon in the year 2030 would be like?…
“We are considering running a monthly session for young people who specifically have additional needs and disabilities. We are keen to hear the views from parents and professionals of what they would want from this group…
Street Surgery on Saturday 30th August on the Boundary Referendum and “Hands Off!” campaign is planned – but the Hedon Blog raises some controversial issues and calls for a town debate…
SKATERS, scooter riders and bikers are all invited to the Hedon Town Hall to help choose the design for the town’s new Skate Park.
CHILDREN AND FAMILY ACTION in conjunction with Chance UK are looking to recruit volunteers for their mentoring scheme. Chance UK video on Mentoring [vodpod id=Video.4402869&w=425&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Working with children aged 5-11 who are at risk of developing anti-social or criminal offending behaviour in later life, volunteers must have a […]
IF YOU DO NOT already support your local weekly newspaper the Holderness Gazette then please make an extra special effort to buy a copy (38p) next Thursday 22nd April 2010. In a unique partnership with Withernsea High School and the Young People’s Local Delivery Group, the Gazette will […]
COMMUNITIES IN YORKSHIRE AND HUMBERSIDE affected by crime are to get a say in how young people who offend are punished. A new scheme will give local people in Yorkshire and Humberside the chance to have their say on how young people convicted of offending should be held […]
Two funding programmes are available for activities and projects for young people aged 13 – 19 in Hedon and the wider East Riding. Young people themselves can propose ideas and youth groups need to involve young people in drawing up project ideas.
THE EAST RIDING YOUTH ASSEMBLY has received £10,000 from East Riding Council and the Youth Opportunities Fund to develop its Go 4 Less bus pass project. Working in conjunction with East Riding Motor Services (EYMS), the project involves giving 400 young people aged between 13-19 free access to […]
The Holderness Lions are hoping to set up a Leo Club in Hedon. The club will be aimed at young people between 11 and 16 years of age who want to give up some spare time to help others – and have a bit of fun at the […]
Humberside Police have launched Lifestyle 2009. Lifestyle – which has operated every year since 1988 – seeks to encourage a positive relationship between police and young people through encouraging active citizenship. It results in young people carrying out some wonderful and inspiring activities in their communities. Young people […]