Merton Youth Partnership Forum



Risk & Residential
Joe Rogers – District Commissioner for Wimbledon and Wandle District Scouts.
Planning residential experiences can be a daunting task. This presentation will look at some top tips in planning a successful residential, some of the pitfalls to look out for and how to ensure we assess risk in way that will not compromise the activity.
Positive Activities Fund
Joyce Harvie – Integrated Youth Support Service Commissioning Manger for London Borough of Merton
What have we learnt from this year’s funding? Have your say on how we shape next year’s funding round, especially with regards to the application format, youth involvement and decision making.
Merton’s Participation Project
Natalia Sali – Participation Co-ordinator for LBM
Natalia will take us through the results of the local youth participation referendum in June and how the participation promise will be shaped and taken forward in the coming year.
Merton Priory Homes Community Fund
The Merton Priory Homes Community Fund Grant programme is a £1 million fund to improve the quality of lives of local residents. Merton Priory Homes will be presenting more about this new grant programme, which aims to improve the lives of local residents.

Merton Youth Partnership is a cross-sector partnership which supports the provision of a range of services to young people in Merton. It focuses on the needs of young people aged 8–25 years, but particularly targets young people 13–19. Merton Youth Partnership is managed by a representative steering group and co-ordinated by Rob Mobile, Youth Groups Development Worker at MVSC. For further information please contact

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