|OTHER||Total No of Support Officers||% of young people|
|Epsom & Ewell ||Yes||No||Yes||No||Leisure Development Mgr||3||17.9|
|Elmbridge||No||Yes (play)||Yes (2)||Yes||Leisure Devt. Mgr|
|Guildford||No||Yes (play development)||Yes||Yes||Cultural Services Mgr.|
|Mole Valley||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Leisure Devt. Mgr.||5||17.3|
|Reigate & Banstead ||Yes ||Yes||Covered by LDO||No||Admin staff for Leisure and Youth roles||4||17.7|
|Runnymede||No||Yes (1)||Yes (1)||No||Arts & Leisure Devt. Officer|
Projects & support services manager
|Spelthorne||Yes (1)||Yes (play) (1)||Yes (+half-time Tennis DO)||Yes|
(arts & heritage)
|Leisure Devt. Mgr|
Admin asst - leisure devt.
Client officer (leisure centres)
|Surrey Heath ||No||Yes||Yes||Yes (also manages Youth Theatre)||Leisure Business manager|
20% of Communications Officer time
|Tandridge (Leisure trust) ||No||No||No||Yes (2)||Sports Programme Manager looking after Leisure and Sports Development amongst other things||3||18.7|
|Waverley ||No||No||Yes (1)||Yes (2)||Assistant Sport & Recreation Manager||4||18.5|
|Yes||Yes (arts & events) – (1)||Health & well-being co-ordinator|
Leisure Op’s Mgr
|Epsom & Ewell||Sports development – inc. Surrey Youth Games and summer activities: athletics, ball skills, martial arts.|
Community Sports Leadership Award (for young people not in employment, education or training).
Advertise locally run courses in summer (none run directly).
Youth Council (“YELL”) run by Youth Development Service
|Elmbridge||Directly provided Play schemes (“shout”)– 6 holidays a year approx 3500 places: Summer – 2 Arts and Crafts, 5 Play scheme Sites, 1 Woodland Adventure. Easter – 2 Play scheme, 1 Arts and Craft, 1 Woodland. Oct and Feb – 1 Play scheme and 1 Arts and Craft|
Shout Louder (11-18’s)
Arts activities: workshops, lectures, Elmbridge Museum, bands in parks. Arts grant aid/advice via Rose Briar Trust & Arts Officer
Sports Development: Surrey Youth Games, Active surrey, club development (basketball, boccia, etc).
Additional funding received from Active England to build on Health Promotion & employ officer to work with young people: healthy lifestyles (inc. exercise referral & healthy walks).
Grant aid – via community services
Youth Council being established in partnership with the Youth Development Service
|Guildford||CHIPS play scheme (11-14yrs) – focused in North Guildford & Stoke|
FISH (Fun in summer holidays – 11+) directly provided play scheme
Liaising with local communities to set up schemes
Holiday Play scheme and After School Club annual grant
Support for voluntary organisations’ schemes
Arts development project (facility and community based)
Live & Direct, music arts & drama for disabled children
Museum education officer & programme
Sports development inc. Surrey Youth Games, Active Surrey, grant aid (individuals & clubs),
|Mole Valley||Youth Council – “Youth Voice”|
Info point, youth café
Directly provided Play schemes: from 4-16’s.
Surrey Youth Games, Active Surrey, grant aid (via Sports Council), FACS & FANS scheme. After-school sports & taster sessions.
Sports Centre clubs – run by staff and external groups.
Weekly theatre groups, dance groups, Live & Direct group.
Mobile rural play scheme (“Fun Van”)
|Reigate & Banstead||Play Scheme’s at Easter, Summer and October Half Terms provided by leisure centres. |
Sports Camps in Partnership with the YMCA 5 – 11 yr Olds
Preston Summer Scheme 12 – 16 year
Sports Specific camps including STAR TRACK Athletics, Basketball, Netball.
Surrey Youth Games
Grant aid and advise
Reigate Sports Festival
School, coaching provision
Youth shelter – Sovereign Youth Centre BMX track and Preston
|Runnymede||Directly provided Play schemes (Leisure)|
RAZ play scheme (Leisure)
Surrey Youth Games (Leisure)
Active sport (Leisure)
RYAT – Youth Council (Leisure & Youth Development Service & Safer Runnymede & Police)
Junior Citizen (Safer Runnymede & Police)
Dof E equipment store & represented on forum
Grant aid (Leisure & Committee section)
Yellow buses (technical services)
Arts development grant aid (Leisure & committee section)
|Spelthorne||Directly provided Summer schemes (5-17). 5-11’s run by Kids4life for first time in 2004.|
11-14 (Sparks) run by Spelthorne (Sport and Art in the Parks)
X-cape (YDS & Spelthorne)
Events: Live & Direct (arts), street dance
Considering youth radio
Active Surrey, focus on: basketball, girls’ football, tennis, hockey, netball, athletics.
Surrey Youth Games (6-10 week performance programme lead-in)
Youth council – has been run as a student council.. now expanding and working with Youth Development Service. intention is that the youth council will oversee the implementation of the best value review.
|Surrey Heath||Preparing a youth strategy. |
Youth Council (run by Communications Officer) – with own budget for training & development and for projects.
Activities in Museum – visits from schools and to schools
Community Safety involvement with local police: Snap discos, “Rhyme vs crime”, involvement in CIAG process/ASBO’s.
Sports development including Active Surrey and Surrey Youth Games
Directly provided holiday play schemes
|Directly provided Play schemes (3 sites in summer holidays), including “buddy” scheme run with MENCAP.|
Arts Development (including managing Theatre Exchange)
Activity days (dance & drama based)
Sports Development: Surrey Youth Games, Active Surrey, grant for talented sports people
FACS scheme – via leisure centres
Sports festival for people with disabilities – 2005
Term-time sports coaching in leisure centre: football, cricket, trampolining, basketball, swimming
Tandridge District Council Youth Council
Taxi vouchers for people on low incomes to access leisure centres
|Woking||Directly provided Play schemes (5-15) and day camps (5-13yrs at 8 sites)|
Sports Development (facility & community based)
Health & Well-being co-ordinator – working with adults & young people
Junior Citizen (run by Community Safety Officer)
Youth Council (run in partnership with Youth Development Service)
Activities and clubs run by leisure centre and Pool in the Park.
|Youth council (yes/no)||Supported by||Own budget||Involvement at policy level||Events and projects|
|Elmbridge||Looking to set it up||YDS and Elmbridge BC|
|Epsom & Ewell||Yes|
|YDS, with Borough support||£6000||Place on LSP||Website|
Starbucks Youth Cafe
|Guildford||Yes||Supported by Clerks & solicitors|
|£3,000 for projects|
£3,000 for training and admin
|Place on LSP||Guildford Youth Directory|
|YDS and Mole Valley (Leisure)||Yes||Yes – Executive Member|
Head of Leisure
Est. March 2004
|Runnymede Leisure & Youth Development Service||No||Place on LSP |
|Reigate & Banstead||Yes|
Est. July 2004
|Youth Development Service|
Clerked by RBBC
|Yes provided by RBBC and the YS||Included in LSP|
|Surrey Heath||Yes||Corporate Services||£2,800 for training & development + £5000 for projects||Positions on LSP (not always taken up)||Search4 a star|
Battle of the Bands
|Spelthorne||Yes (Schools Council).Moving to include more organisations||YDS with Spelthorne BC support|
|Tandridge||Yes||Initiated by Local Committee|
|Waverley||No Council led initiative. There are 2 youth councils/forums associated with Farnham and Haslemere Town Councils|