This website is currently under review and information may not be accurate. We are refreshing the overarching partnership priorities for children and young people in Lancashire and expect these to be published, supported by new governance arrangements, in autumn 2018.

Case Studies - Preston

Engaging Children and Young People

Groups in Preston provide opportunities for children and young people to get involved and influence decision making...

6 June 2014

Youth Conference 2012

Preston Youth Conference 2012 gathered together 130 young people (Years 7-13) from across schools in Preston. The conference was led by members of Preston Youth Council and Preston's Children and Young People's Trust Partnership. Around 180 delegates attended the event, which was held at Preston College.

1 December 2012

Preston Guild 2012 - YPS and Partners make an impression

The Young People's Service (YPS) was involved with Partners in two of the major Guild processions: Friday's Community Procession was made up of 126 floats with 8,500 people taking part and 35,000 people along the route. Saturday's Lantern Procession involved 79 floats, 3,000 people taking part and an estimated 60,000 people lining the route.

1 December 2012

Preston's Young People 'Park It'

The philosophy behind 'Park It' was brought to the Streetwise Forum by Preston Police. This scheme proposed that positively occupying youths on Friday nights would have a dramatic reduction in crime and disorder.

23 May 2012

Preston Children's Trust VCFS Forum

Preston Children's Trust Voluntary, Community and Faith Sector (VCFS) Forum brings together a diverse range of VCFS organisations working with children, young people and families.

21 November 2011

Preston Emotional Health Consortium (PEHC)

This project was delivered by a Consortium of local agencies that included NACRO, Bluestreak Art, Fishwick Rangers Youth Development Scheme and INTACT as well as Ashton Community Science College.

13 July 2011