The Young Lambeth Co-op (YLC) aims to have a membership representative of everyone in Lambeth.
Members can vote in our polls, gain access to opportunities with the YLC or our partners and read about the latest news. We also have regular events, and are always on the look out for ways to get involved in projects which affect our services. We will keep you up to date with everything here, and via our newsletter and Twitter
When you become a member, you’re not only helping to have an impact on the next generation of young people in Lambeth, but you’re also gaining the opportunity to develop your own skills.
Who can become a member?
Anyone over 5 years old who lives, works or studies in Lambeth can become a member. All we ask is that you have a genuine interest in what happens to youth and play services and that you believe in our core values.
We have two types of membership - community members and youth members. We may decide to consult differently with youth members on certain issues and having two types of membership helps us tailor information to your needs.
Anyone over 21 who shares the YLC's aims and values
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Anyone between the ages of 11 and 19, or under 25 for those who use services from Lambeth Council because of a disability.