Children in Care Council

Children in Care Council

The Children in Care Council is a group of young people who are all cared for by Cheshire West and Chester Council and gives children and young people the chance to shape and influence the parenting that they receive at every level, it gives young people a chance to have a say about the things that really matter in their lives, helping to shape the overall strategy for cared for children and young people in Cheshire West and Chester.

Free Summer Activities 2018

Cheshire West and Chester Council Youth Service is part of the Early Help and Prevention Service. They run activities for young people age 13 to 19 years. This extends to age 25 years if Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).

The service offers young people somewhere to go. They offer something to do and someone to talk to. They give support and guidance on issues affecting young people.

They work in partnership with our community safety wardens and Cheshire Police to deliver the pop up youth events across the borough.
Activities include pop up panna football, speed cage, Xbox and smoothie bike.

The Youth Federation, Phoenix, Winsford Youth and Community Forum, Cheshire West and Chester libraries, Avenue Service and Sanctuary Housing are also providing a fun summer programme.

This includes multi-sports, fishing, family days and more. The attached posters provide full details:

  • Chester and Rural
  • Ellesmere Port and Neston
  • Northwich and Winsford

To find out more about the Cheshire West and Chester Council Youth Service and the activities on offer all year round please visit the youth service pages on the Council website.

Annual survey

If you haven’t already completed the annual survey, you can fill it in online: