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Replacement South Ayrshire Young Scot CardHas your South Ayrshire Young Scot Card been Lost? Stolen or do you require a new photo?
Year of Young People 2018 South AyrshireCheck out all the exciting events and projects that you can get involved with during the Year of Young People 2018
Nominations are Open for the 2018 Youth Forum AwardsThe SAYF awards recognise, celebrate and reward the achievements of local young people aged between 14 and 25 years who live in South Ayrshire
Express Your Interest for the SYP Elections 2019Make a difference – Register your interest in becoming a Member of the Scottish Youth Parliament
Clubs Open Doors WeekClubs Open Doors Week is a chance for people across Scotland to try a new sport or activity for free in their local area from 23 - 30 September 2018
Have your voice heard on Mental Healthhis questionnaire will help to shape how we will support people with their mental health and well-being across Ayrshire.
£1 entry at Historic Environment ScotlandTo celebrate the Year of Young People 2018, historic sites across Scotland are lowering their drawbridges and opening their gates!
Have a Look at What Rewards we have on OfferWe work with many partners to provide you with some exciting rewards opportunities, experiences and goodies!
Has Your Card Been Refused? Report it HereYoung Scot cards are recognised in law as an acceptable form of proof of age and most places will accept the card. However, retailers and business do have the right to decide which forms of ID they will and will not accept and can refuse any sale.
LGBT InformationThere are many other organisations that are able to help and support you
South Ayrshire Libraries - Mental Wellbeing SurveySouth Ayrshire Library Service is promoting a new set of resources, aimed at supporting young people who are experiencing common mental health conditions such as depression, anxiety, stress, bullying, self-harming, ADHD, OCD, eating disorders and low self-esteem.
#WordUp - Building South AyrshireSubmit your word of what makes YOU PROUD of being a Young Person in South Ayrshire, Your words will be taken and displayed at various events throughout South Ayrshire!
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New Cards are issued when you start S1. If you are in secondary school and don’t have a Young Scot National Entitlement card please contact your school office.
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