Young People in Elmbridge
Your local Elmbridge councillors, Surrey County Council councillors, Members of Parliament and Members of the European Parliament all make decisions which affect the area you live in and the way you live your life. From transport to the environment, from sports provision to policing the streets, the decisions your representatives make affect you, and you can influence them.
If you're 18 or over you can vote in local, national and European elections and choose who you want to represent you and make decisions on your behalf. If you're 16 or 17 you don't have to wait until you are 18 to register to vote.
We send a voter registration form to every household in the borough at the start of September each year. Make sure whoever fills out the form for your household includes your details if you're 16 or over.
Below are some websites that give advice to young people wanting to find out more about politics and how they can get involved.
Elmbridge Borough Council
British Youth Council
UK Youth Parliament:
Bite the Ballot
Need funding for your group or project? See if one of the funds below can help
Children and Young People Now
Awards for Young Musicians
High Sheriff Youth Awards
Awards for All
The Prince's Trust
Sports based? Go to Active Surrey and Sportivate
Performing arts, dancers, musicians, playwrights? Go to Ideas Tap