Talk on Vision for Surrey 2030 by Cate Newnes-Smith, CEO Surrey Youth Focus
The Better Way Network has published a brilliant collection of stories, ideas and examples of how to build stronger communities and better services.
Surrey County Council has drafted an ambitious vision for Surrey by 2030 and want to know what you think!
‘The Big Chat’ is the first step to supporting young people to create a mental health and wellbeing revolution in Surrey.
The Surrey Young Superstars 2017 in now open for nominations.
Teens urged to have their say on Surrey Police in latest survey launch
Surrey Youth Focus is recruiting a Chair and Trustees
The future of Short Breaks for disabled children and their families in Surrey
New publication from Surrey Youth Focus.
The Surrey Young Superstars event took place on 8th May 2016. See all the details on the winners and the event.
Surrey County Council (SCC) believes that every young person with special needs should be supported to achieve positive outcomes as part of their preparation for adulthood.
We are delighted to be running a new Safeguarding Conference for Surrey’s voluntary and faith sectors on Thursday 12th November 2015.
Surrey Youth Focus Networking and Annual General Meeting - 16th September 2015
The Surrey Youth News Magazine for Summer 2015
Services for Young People – Contact List
Surrey Young Superstars 2015 - The Winners!
Timebanking UK is working in partnership with Surrey County Council to develop a network of local time banks across Surrey. SCC will be holding local information sessions around the County for people to find out more about timebanking and how it could benefit their community. Participants will also find out what support is available to help people, groups, organisations and businesses create a time bank in their area.
Penningtons Manches backs Surrey’s voluntary youth sector through sponsorship of Communilab
Do you know a thoughtful child carer, an enterprising young person or a young volunteer who is always helping others? Then this is your chance to help us reward and honour those deserving, unsung young individuals in Surrey.
Surrey Youth Focus is delighted to have received two awards at the first ever Surrey Digital Awards.
Surrey Youth Focus has been selected as a finalist for the Surrey Digital Awards.
Youth Work - The Basics training course is back on Saturday 28th February & Saturday 14th March 2015
Surrey Youth Focus is running a short survey about the Surrey Youth News Magazine. Ends 16th January 2015.
The Healthwatch Surrey Report has been published.
TDP offer courses on topics ranging form Managing you Email box to Safeguarding to Principals of good Trusteeship. Their new training programme for spring/summer 2015 is available now. Surrey Youth Focus members can benefit from a 10% discount on courses before end March 2015.
The Studio ADHD Centre has launched an emergency appeal in order to continue its unique service to children and families with ADHD/Aspergers.
The Centre for Youth Impact is running a free two-day training workshop on the 10th and 11th December 2014 in central Birmingham.
Active Surrey are running two workshops on 24 November to help clubs and community organisations write their Sportivate applications.
The Celebration of Youth & Volunteering 2014 was held at Leatherhead Leisure Centre on Saturday 18th October.
Services for Young People invites you to an event to launch the new Local Prevention commission. 16th October 2014 at the HG Wells Centre, Woking, GU21 8EW 9:30am -12:30pm
Guildford Local Plan Consultation - Questionnaire for 16-25 year old residents
With Youth Social Action high on the Government’s agenda for 2014/15 Surrey Youth Focus are asking ‘How do we make it easier for young people to get involved in social action and volunteering in Surrey?’
The NEW Surrey Youth Recognition Awards’ provide the opportunity to reward young people, leaders, volunteers, groups, organisations and businesses for their exceptional achievements throughout 2014 and celebrate all that is good about being a young person in Surrey. Date: Saturday 18th October 2014
A service to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War.
Our next youth work - the basics training course is available in October & November 2014.
Surrey Youth Focus Strategic Review 2014
Surrey Youth Focus is pleased to announce the appointment of the new Chief Executive Officer.
Funding Forum run by Surrey Youth Focus
FREE member workshop on HR
Surrey Youth Focus is delighted to announce the Chairman of Surrey County Council, David Munro has kindly agreed to host an event for our Member organisations.
Give & Gain Day, the UK’s only national day of employee volunteering takes place on Friday 16th May 2014.
Natasha Parkin, HR Consultant (Chartered CIPD) will be holding a HR ‘drop in’ day on Thursday 3rd April 2014.
Our Youth Work - the Basics Training Course is back in May 2014.
Mike Abbott attended a meeting at the National Council of Voluntary Youth Services (NCVYS) in London on 11 February to present on the achievements of Surrey Youth Focus. The meeting included a briefing from the Cabinet Office Youth Policy Team.
Guildford College in Surrey offers Youth Work Practice Level 2 courses.
Surrey Youth Focus is running specialist workshops for young people wanting to start their own business.
New issue of Surrey 14-19 News
A Funding Forum including Funding surgeries for 1:1 assistance
Surrey Youth News is out!
Communilab - Helping people and organisations solve shared problems in Surrey
The young people and groups at the Celebration of Youth and Volunteering traditionally come from Surrey Youth Focus member organisations and contributors this year include Disability Challengers, The Girls & Boys Brigade, High Sheriff Youth Awards, Orphesue Centre, Sayers Croft, Studio ADHD, Mighty Oak Youth Club, N Factor and the Walton Firs Foundation as well as Surrey Youth Carers, Surrey Wing ATC, Peer Productions, Surrey Army Cadets Corps of Drums.
Members, Associates and Partners of Surrey Youth Focus braved the September rain to attend the 2013 Surrey Youth Focus AGM and Networking Event.
Youth Work the Basics Training course is back this October.
Mentioned in Despatches! Surrey Youth Focus is profiled in the Government’s Progress report on Positive for Youth for its work in setting up workshops for young people wanting to start-up in business.
Community projects are to benefit with backing from business volunteering programmes
Young Trustee Needed!
A new benefit for Surrey Youth Focus members.
The young people and groups at the Celebration of Youth and Volunteering traditionally come from Surrey Youth Focus member organisations, contributors this year include Disability Challengers, The Girls & Boys Brigade, High Sheriff Youth Awards, Sayers Croft, Studio ADHD, Mighty Oak Youth Club, N Factor and the Walton Firs Foundation as well as Surrey Youth Carers, Surrey Wing ATC, Peer Productions, Surrey Army Cadets Corps of Drums.
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