Find out more about what's happening with the current coronavirus outbreak in the UK and simple steps you can take to help prevent catching COVID-19.
Find fun things to do in your area. Develop new interests and connect with other young people. Join a new club, try a new sport or just find new places to hang out with your friends.
Children and Young People's plan priorities
We want East Lothian's children and young people to have the best life. Our Children and Young People’s service plan will set out how we can provide the best supports. From discussions and feedback from children, young people and families we’ve identified three priorities we feel our 2020-2023 plan should focus on.
Advice and support to promote positive wellbeing. Find out about the support service and practical ways to improve your wellbeing.
Scottish Seabird Centre
Festival & King's Theatres
Run and Become
Young Scot are working with NHS Lothian and a group of young people to help shape the future of NHS Lothian services.
This survey is all about your experiences and thoughts about the historic environment and Historic Environment Scotland.
Young Scot and the National Youth Arts Advisory Group (NYAAG) are looking to find out what young people’s priorities are within the Arts and Culture sector.
Want to help create online content for young people? If so, then apply for our Scottish Forestry project to develop your skills & promote the outdoors! If you’re 11-26 and live in Scotland, here’s how you can get involved.