The online magazine with articles and videos made by young people for young people.
Getting It On
Sexual health services site for young people in south west London.
The official web site for young people in Kingston upon Thames
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The members of Kingston Youth Council requested that the LA provide more social opportunities for them. Following further consultation with the young people, a proposal was put together to open an invitation only youth club for members of Kingston Youth Council, Kingston Cared for and Fostered Council and YU Online magazine project. The proposal was successful and September saw the launch of 'Unity' Youth Club. After several tweets and Facebook posts about the club, a reporter from The Surrey Comet got in touch informing the group that she had seen some information on Twitter and would like to write an article about the club. On the 16th October, a photographer visited the centre and the following Friday a report was published in one of Kingston's biggest newspapers. The lead member for Children and Young People in Kingston, Patricia Bamford, was also present on the day and has offered her support to both of the youth councils. 'Unity' Youth Club will open on a monthly basis on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. It is based at The Fountain Youth Centre in New Malden.