Applications are open for the Scottish book Trust’s What’s Your Story? programme. Now in its fifth year.
Independent charity Crimestoppers youth programme fearless.org visited Orkney last week to share information about the charity’s unique anonymous service.
The group is made up of users of the Skatepark who are keen to improve the facilities in Orkney and to encourage more people to take up wheeled sports.
A public meeting to discuss how to improve Kirkwall’s Skatepark will take place tonight, Thursday 1st of August at 7.30pm in the Youth Cafe, Kirkwall Town Hall
Orkney Islands Council is advising that applications are now open for assistance towards the cost of supporting young people to continue their studies.
Seven young people from Orkney joined peers from seven other council areas across northern Scotland recently to talk about issues affecting them.
This initiative offers a residential opportunity, from 12th August – 23rd August 2019, for young people aged 16 to 25 from all over the world .
“Our website has been developed as a resource to help young people identify their next step after school whether that be further or higher education, an apprenticeship or going straight into employment. “
The voting period will take place between Friday 15 March 2019 and Friday 29 March 2019.
“You are confined only by the walls you build yourself. Choose to change. Life is too short to apologise for who you are – see yourself in full colour.”