Voting took place last week to elect a new Youth Mayor and members of the Youth Parliament following a poll of 8,000 young people across the borough.
Votes were cast at 21 polling stations in schools and youth projects, across the borough, between 4 and 15 February.
“Being part of H&F’s Youth Council is a fantastic opportunity and the young people who take it up are a great reflection on the depth of talent we have among this borough's younger generation,” said Cllr Larry Culhane, H&F Council's Cabinet Member for Children and Education.
“We are always looking for ways to do things with people, and not to them. And putting young people at the heart of decision-making through our Youth Council, and the national Youth Parliament, is another way that we do that.”
We are very proud to announce that our own Jeffrey Mailli was elected to the position of Deputy Member of the Youth Parliament.
Well done Jeffrey!