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A Standard Day: Mental Health Training

A Standard Day: Mental Health Training was a collaborative project between Oldham Youth Council and Oldham Theatre Workshop.  The training, that took place between 26th November 2018 and 7th December 2018, offered 12 interactive workshopsContinue reading

OYC Meeting Minutes – 12/12/18

WELCOME LAST MEETING FOR 2018 – MEETINGS PROCEED ON 9TH JANUARY 2019 Apologies:- Hfsa A., Steffany M., Katie R. REAL CHANGE Robbie Cowbury from Real Change campaign. This campaign, kicking off in Manchester, surrounds homelessness.Continue reading

Make Your Mark 2018

Oldham’s report from the 2018 consultation.

Mental Health Awareness Week 2018

Week Commencing 14th May, Menatl Health Awareness Week, saw us release our series of camouflage body paint images.  These images were part of a project in collaboration with Oldham Theatre Workshop and centred around poungContinue reading

Our Article

As a response to Claire Fox’s views on votes at 16, published in the The MJ Magazine, our ChairThe Youth Councillor who runs the meeting, heads up the organisation and has the casting vote. OrContinue reading

kerrching funding

Kerrching Award Grants

It is with great pleasure that we can announce that the Kerrching – Youth Opportunity Fund awards are back for 2018.  The application form is now live and can be downloaded by clicking this buttonContinue reading

Make Your Mark 2017

Every year the United Kingdom Youth ParliamentThe Parliament Organisation for MYPs and DMYPs. The UKYP is known for the yearly debate in the Houses of Parliament, in which MYPs attend to debate the top 5 issues, that were voted onContinue reading

Call for candidates

Are you aged 11-21? Do you live, work or go to school/college in Oldham? Here’s 5 reasons why you should stand in our elections

A week ago we learnt a new word…

filibuster verb [ I or T ] /ˈfɪl.ɪ.bʌs.tər/ to make a long speech in order to delay or prevent a new law being made Available from: We also lost a little bit of faith inContinue reading