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Date published: 20th December 2022

The North Norfolk Youth Council’s Steering Group are looking for others to join the Youth Council.

Do you want to make a difference for young people in North Norfolk?

If you are aged between 11 and 18, and live in North Norfolk, you are invited to join and have a voice on young people’s views, to be heard by the Council and other organisations within North Norfolk.

The Steering Group currently have five members from across the District, all aged between 12 and 17 years old, who have joined together to help make a difference.

The North Norfolk Youth Council have identified their main objectives of improving education, mental health services and environmental issues around North Norfolk.

If you are:

  • Aged between 11-18
  • Living in North Norfolk
  • Interested in shaping services and projects across the district
  • Wanting to develop your leadership and communication skills
  • Passionate about youth representation and advocacy for all young people
  • Keen to connect with other like-minded young people

Come along on Sunday 29 January from 11am to 3pm at the Council Offices in Cromer to find out more.

The North Norfolk District Council is undertaking this project in partnership with the British Youth Council.

Tyler Wragg, steering group member for the North Norfolk Youth Council said:

Education and the environment are fundamental to the work NNYC needs to do, and mental health awareness would be our most significant campaign for the NNYC.

I look forward to working closely with the council and various groups around North Norfolk to promote the ideas and values of young people.”

Emma Denny, Democratic Services Manager, NNDC, said:

“Our Steering Group has made a great start in establishing and looking at the priorities of the North Norfolk Youth Council.

“But they cannot do it alone. They need the help of young people across the District to join them in ensuring young people have a voice and are represented.”

For more information, please contact Emma Denny at or visit

Last updated: 12th April 2023