South Norfolk Youth Action (SNYA)
Do you want to have your say on things that affect you?
South Norfolk Youth Action (SNYA) is an independent, active and enthusiastic organisation of young people in South Norfolk, who campaign to raise the positive profile of 11-25 year olds.
The group has already created their own website, contributed to the redevelopment of the Council’s website and had their say on key budget discussions. They are involved in many exciting community projects and recently launched an award winning radio station by and for young people called South Norfolk Youth Action Radio, which has the backing of BBC Radio Norfolk.
Visit SNYA's website to find out more about their latest projects and events and how to join.
Related pages on this website
Ways that young people can change their world.
Aims to give the young people of the UK, between the age of 11 and 18 a voice which will be heard and listened to by local and national government.
The Big Boost
Gives awards of between £250 and £5,000 to young people aged 11 - 25, to help them get their ideas off the ground.
The information toolkit for young people.
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South Norfolk House
Norwich NR15 2XE
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Last updated on: 16 February 2012