There are lots of things for young people to do in Fareham. There are a number of clubs or groups to join, as well as youth services who are there to provide help, support and guidance when you need it.
Across the summer holidays the Access All Areas programme sees events take place at various locations across the borough for 11-16 year olds, including taster driving lessons, sailing, pool parties and much more. It's a great opportunity to make new friends and take part in some exciting activities.
Take a look at the list of things that young people can get involved with.
We want to make sure that the voices of young people are heard. If you are between 11 and 19 years of age, Y CAT meetings are your opportunity to talk with the Executive Leader of the Council about issues that matter to you. For more information and future dates please visit the Y CAT Meetings webpage.
Community First have been funded by the National Lottery to support young people in to volunteering .
There are lots of opportunities to help you gain valuable knowledge and experience to help you with future job applications and roles. As well as being great for future prospects, volunteering has also proven to be fantastic for your sense of wellbeing and it can feel like a great sense of achievement! You could become a social media manager, help raise funds for a dance charity or become a trail leader for a woodland Christmas event.
There are many youth clubs in Fareham, covering every area of the Borough. It's a chance to meet with friends, play games, chill out, make music and have a chat about things that might be bothering you. View the full list of Youth Services and Clubs in Fareham to find out which one is nearest to you and get details of who to contact about joining.
Y-Services provide opportunites for young people to help and support them through youth clubs, detatched work, activities and more. This could be help with wellbeing, relationships, how to stay healthy, support with education, employment or training opportunities or just a friendly, trustworthy ear if you need a chat.
Y-Services is running free Summer holiday activity and food sessions for eligible young people (976 KB).
Hampshire Futures is a service run by Hampshire County Council offering individual support to help young people access employment, education and training. They specialise in providing support to those in Years 12 and 13 (aged 16 to 18) who are struggling to access opportunities in work or training.