A youth-centred website and magazine for young people aged 11-18
The Speak Out Project relies entirely on receiving funding such as grants from The National Lottery Community Fund. We are currently working with two teams in the local community. We also welcome any donations to enable us to enhance our support to young people in the Harborough District.
The Harborough Community Safety Partnership
This was set up under Sections 5-7 of the Crime & Disorder Act 1998 and is made up of statutory services that work together to protect our local communities from crime and disorder to help people feel safer.
The partnership aims to make our local district safer for children and young people.
CSP hosts summer activities
A range of free drop-in activities will be on offer this summer for young people ranging from Leicester Riders basketball coaching, skate skills and sports activities to creative fun.
Anti-social behaviour can cause terrible effects on communities. Find out how these issues are being reduced.
The term rural crime may not be one you are aware of, but it is important to understand the different types of rural crime and what you can do to prevent it.
Harborough Locality Integrated Leadership Team (HLILT)
The LILT Market Harborough team was set up in October 2017. The initial meeting agreed to concentrate on the health and wellbeing of individuals and to enhance each individual’s health and wellbeing experience.
Since then, LILT has grown in membership and the vision, aims and objectives have continued to expand.
They recognise that today’s children and young people are the service users of today and tomorrow, so LILT is seeking to increase awareness of services and initiatives that effect young people locally.
HLILT has worked with Speak Out to produce three articles to help increase awareness of their work within the community.
Using open space to improve wellbeing
Find out how you can access exercise and open space to benefit your mental health and wellbeing.
How young people access local health services
Read about the changes in local services that young people should be aware of.
Making services appealing to young people
Find out how LILT wants to understand how the younger population want to be communicated with.