Children & Young People - Support
Here we will share activities for children and young people in and around the parish.
The Parks Trust Youth Rangers (14-17 year olds)
Youth Rangers is a free volunteer group for young people aged 14-17 interested in gaining hands-on skills and experience in environmental work. The programme provides outdoor learning opportunities and challenges that will help prepare participants, both professionally and personally, for future studies and careers within the environmental sector.
Sessions usually take place on the third Saturday each month from 10am-12pm. These meetings take place outdoors in greenspaces all over Milton Keynes, covering a variety of interesting and engaging topics which include practical conservation work, biodiversity surveying, community tasks and assisting in our outdoor learning and ranger tasks. This is a great opportunity for anyone wishing to meet new people, build confidence, contribute to your community, keep active and gain valuable environmental skills with a landscape charity.
Activities for ALL ages across Milton Keynes
The Parks Trust have a vast array of activities, from the smallest tots, enjoying nature play at Tree Tot's, young people enjoying Discover Nature Sessions to 'grown ups' discovering all about the nocturnal lifestyle of bats!
Click HERE to find out about all the amazing activities The Parks Trust have that are available to book onto.
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Provides free and confidential support to anyone under 19
Counsellors available until 10pm every day. Free, safe and anonymous online counselling for young people.
Support for Young Carers under 18
0300 123 6600
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University of Reading developed the COVID-19: Helping Young People Manage Low Mood and Depression course for young people with low mood and depression and their parents and carers, or anyone who has contact with young people during the coronavirus pandemic. Find out more HERE.