Services for Young People Hertfordshire Services for Young People

Welwyn Hatfield District Youth Strategy Partnership Group

Delivering, promoting and evaluating services for young people across the district, working closely with young people including through local youth councils and forums.

The Welwyn Hatfield Youth Strategy Partnership Group provides a forum for local service providers and other key stakeholders to collaborate strategically and operationally. The group reviews and analyses key and emerging trends about issues affecting young people.

The group meets regularly to discuss these key issues in the area. It then decides on what local action needs to be taken, both collectively and by individual organisations, to target these issues and help ensure young people in Welwyn Hatfield have the very best opportunities available.

For further information about the work of the Welwyn Hatfield Youth Strategy Partnership Group, please contact the Chair, Mark Hughes, at

Opportunities for young people in the Welwyn Hatfield district

Welwyn Hatfield Youth Strategy Partnership Group member organisations


Services for Young People

Youth work, information, advice, guidance, support and work-related learning for young people

Services for Young People


Beacon – Hertfordshire victim care centre

A free and confidential service for children and young people who have been victims of crime. Through one-on-one support we aim to help them cope with the impact of crime by providing emotional and practical support, information and advice.

Herts Beacon 


Carers in Hertfordshire

We are a countywide charity who offer information, guidance, advice, workshops and support to unpaid family carers. We provide young carers assessments and signpost to other services for support.

Carers in Herts 


Caudwell Youth

Providing mentoring for young people aged 11 to 24 for up to two years.

Caudwell Youth


Chancellor's School

Chancellor's is a co-educational secondary school and sixth form, located in Brookmans Park.



Forever Young People

Forever Young People strive to be at the heart of our community and to be flexible and responsive in our approach. We aim to inspire individuals to feel valued, empowered, and confident in their abilities and to motivate individuals educationally, socially and emotionally through mentoring and support.

Forever Young People
Twitter- @fyp_11
Facebook- @fyp8589


Hertfordshire Libraries

With 46 public libraries across the county, we enrich the lives of individuals and communities by fostering knowledge, creativity, imagination and understanding.

Our libraries are safe, non-judgement spaces which provide a range of stock, My Voice Youth volunteering opportunities, free Wi-Fi, study areas, printing facilities, PC use, an online reference library as well as BorrowBox, our online lending service.

Hertfordshire County Council


Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield Local Schools Partnership

We are here to help improve outcomes for children and young people and to help make it easier for you to support your children with their learning. 

Families are referred to our service through local schools or families can self-refer. Families are allocated a school family worker, the worker meets with the family to assess need by use of the Outcome Star. From information gathered a support plan is created, support is then offered according to the needs of the family. Our School Family Workers can offer one to one support on parenting issues. We also offer group support via workshops and courses. 

WGC and Hatfield Schools Partnership