Council's Youth Services Coordinator facilitates the Youth Council as well as networking opportunities for local youth services, supporting local youth programs, activities and community events like Youth Week and the Youth Opportunities Expo. Council also supports young people through their provision of services such as our libraries, sporting venues, skate park and town pool.
Guyra Preschool & Long Day Care Centre
The Guyra Preschool and Long Daycare centre is an established childcare service in the local community that provides high quality care to children aged from 6 weeks to 12 years old. We offer before and after school care, school holiday care (OSHC) as well as long day care and preschool services. OSHC services are based at 162 Bradley Street Guyra, with a license to cater up to 30, 6-12 year old children per day. For more information contact (02) 67791715 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Strategic Plan
Youth Strategic Plan 2011-2021 (PDF 1.2MB).
Action Plan (PDF 111.8KB)
If you have any questions or comments please contact Councils Youth Services Coordinator:
Cara Barnes | 02 6770 3678 | email@example.com
Youth Services Surveys and Reports
In October 2015 Council engaged consultant, Adam Blakester, to complete a review of local youth services and provide a report. The report was endorsed by Council on 15 June 2016.
Armidale Youth Services Review 2016. (PDF 8.5MB)
Armidale Youth Council
The Armidale Youth Council is a committee made up of young people from Armidale aged between 12 and 24 who work with the Youth Services Coordinator to organise local events and activities for youth.
The Youth Council also help organise Youth Week which is held annually in April and is a time to celebrate young people and the positive things they bring to their community.
They have also organised the inaugural Armidale Regional Youth Awards to promote and recognize young people’s efforts and achievements in the community, inspire others, celebrate diversity and combat negative youth stereotypes. This is an exciting opportunity to publicly acknowledge and celebrate young people and the many positive contributions they make to our community. It is also an occasion to promote local youth services and to recognise the hard work and dedication of youth workers.Young people aged between 12 and 24 years who work, live or study within the Armidale Regional LGA can be nominated for a Youth Award.
How do I join?
To join you simply fill out an application form (DOC 39.5KB) and complete the permission form (PDF 200.8KB) and the Youth Services coordinator will contact you with details of their next meeting.
Published on 23 Feb 2016