Wycombe Youth Services Partnership (WYSP)
The Wycombe Youth Services Partnership (WYSP) is facilitated by Wycombe District Council with the aim to strengthen partnerships between local organisations and projects, who work with and for young people living in Wycombe district.
Benefits for members
- Invitations to WYSP meetings and action groups
- Partnership and networking opportunities
- Space to share best practice
- Information on what’s happening locally
- Opportunities and trends for funding
- Local community knowledge and intelligence
- Signposting to meet your needs
WYSP meetings take place three times a year and provide members with the opportunity to network, discuss key issues affecting young people locally and take part in problem solving exercises and training. Meetings are chaired by an elected representative of the partnership. Minutes are taken and distributed by a Wycombe District Council officer.
WYSP action groups
WYSP action groups are held in between the main meeting dates and are for organisations that wish to address important local issues for young people in more detail, partner to advance local projects and have input from Thames Valley Police and Community Safety.
Action group topics will be agreed at the forum meetings, or as a response to a locally raised issue.
How to get involved
If you’d like to become a member of the Wycombe Youth Services Partnership, please download, complete and return the application form below.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01494 421 495
We (Wycombe District Council) will collect and process your personal information as part of your organisation’s membership to the Wycombe Youth Services Partnership.