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Youth Service
A range of services to support the learning, well-being and personal development of young people
St. Helens Council Youth Service are passionate about young people and working with them to achieve their full potential. They are committed to delivering an innovative service through a variety of pr...

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World Autism Awareness Week 30th March - 5th April 2020
18 Dec
World Autism Awareness Day is an internationally recognised day taking place on 2nd April every year. In the week surrounding this day, the public take part in World Autism Awareness Week – a full seven days where people across the UK can join in or organise activities to raise money and awareness for Autism. The National Autistic Society provides educational resources, fundraising tips and updates for World Autism Awareness Week 2020, if you would like to get involved. Sign up for your free resources: https://www.autism.org.uk/get-involved/world-autism-awareness-week.aspx
Youth Services
03 Apr
Check out the Youth Services outdoor activities on offer. A range of activities that can be delivered at school or at our outdoor activity centre, Taylor Park. Check out the Youth Services Packages for more information!
06 Mar
Greenspace Challenge - iNaturalist App As part of the Year of Environment we are asking everyone across the town to take part in the Greenspace Challenge using the iNaturalist app (below). The app allows you to add wildlife observations that you make in parks and green-spaces across St Helens. Once you have signed up all you need to do is get out there explore, discover and share! The sightings will then be added to a map and they will be compared with the sightings in other authorities in the Liverpool City Region. We want to put St Helens on the map and celebrate the wildlife in our area as part of this challenge. Sign-up to iNaturalist and log your wildlife sightings (log any kind of wildlife, animal, plant or fungus, common or rare!) using the website or mobile app. Add photos where you can! Keeping it simple; Sign-up to iNaturalist: so you can start entering wildlife sightings. Find a site: we're only including registered parks and green-spaces. Get going: get out there and get discovering! Check out the competition on the challenge page to see how well St Helens are doing in the challenge. If you want to find out more about Year of Environment, please visit www.sthelens.gov.uk/yearofenvironment