Region - Cheltenham and Tewkesbury

Cheltenham and Tewkesbury

Those elected will be expected to undertake some of the following:

  • To give the young people in their area a representative voice at a local, regional and national level
  • To encourage the involvement and discover the issues affecting young people whose views and opinions are not always heard
  • To collect the views of other young people through links with groups, schools, youth centres, clubs, other youth councils etc
  • To be aware of topical issues, which affect young people and be prepared to have a view on topical issues
  • To participate in creation of a list of young peoples hopes and concerns called a “Youth Manifesto”
  • To attend the sitting of the UK Youth Parliament
  • To attend any local/regional meetings as organised by UKYP
  • To listen and respect the views of other young people, both elected MYP’s and others
  • To act responsibly when representing the UKYP at a local, regional and national level, and adhere to the UKYP Code of Conduct
  • Carry out their role as an MYP without neglecting other areas of their life: family, school, social
  • To have a sense of humour!


Text UKYPGLOS name to 82055 to vote!!

For example, to vote for a candidate called Stephanie, you would text:
UKYPGLOS Stephanie to 82055


Ross Chatburn

I will be the voice to your visions. Be it Donald Trump, Brexit or tuition fees my job will be to turn your muted voices into powerful roars and I will not let you down.

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Harriet Hards

My priority is to address issues that matter to young people in this area: mental health, political disillusionment and curriculum for life.

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Sophie Overton

Are you irritated by the stereotype that we as young people lack the understanding, interest and passion in Politics?

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