Thurrock's Youth Cabinet, which was created in March 2006, is an established body of young people whose single aim is to better life for all young people in Thurrock. Every elected member of the Youth Cabinet plays a significant role in making sure the young people they represent are involved in the decision making processes.
Thurrock's Youth Cabinet is here to give the young people of Thurrock a voice.
This is an accredited award for local youth representatives. It has been designed to recognise and accredit the work that young people undertake as young representatives within their local communities.
You can download the Youth Voice Award Log Book (below), which provides further information (see how to access PDF files).
Please see how to access PDF files.
From the Thurrock Youth Cabinet there is an opportunity to represent the views of Thurrock on a national basis. The method for this is via the UK Youth Parliament and Members of Youth Parliament (MYPs) and Deputy Members of Youth Parliament (DMYPs). Thurrock is represented by:
Both James and Ejaay represent Thurrock at regional meetings and also take part in national youth participation events.
For more information on the Thurrock Youth Cabinet please contact:
We need young people to help Thurrock Trading Standards stop retailers selling age-restricted goods (cigarettes, alcohol, etc.) to under-age purchasers.
If you answered "YES!" to the above, please complete the form below and send it to Trading Standards at:
If you have any further concerns or queries about the project, email: email@example.com or telephone Toni Walsh, Specialist Enforcement Officer, on 01375 652328.