• About us – East Sussex Youth Cabinet

  • Are there things where you live that need changing? Do you want to make a difference and have a bigger say in how things are run in East Sussex? The Youth Cabinet is here to represent you!

    What is the Youth Cabinet 2015-2017?

    The Youth Cabinet is a group of young people who have been chosen by you to represent your voice in East Sussex. The members of the Youth Cabinet represent the seven different areas, called 'constituencies', in East Sussex.

    Who’s who in the Youth Cabinet


    Emma Garrood

    Scott LaBouchardiere


    Molly Edgley

    Reuben Hayward-Brown


    Tom Hemming

    Jazir Kamal

    Ella Rozier

    Libby Russell

    Upper Rother

    Damian Cosgrove

    Harvey Hill   

    Bexhill and Hastings

    Alisa Brown

    Huda Caglayan

    Stephanie Deans

    Orla Phipps


    Joseph Fothergill

    Joshua Moreton

    Melody Moorton

    Indya-Jayne Wardle

    Special educational needs (SEN) schools

    Chloe Ayres

    Mikey Loe

    So what exactly does the Youth Cabinet do?

    We campaign for things that you think are important by going to the people who make the decisions and telling them what young people want. We talk to lots of different people, from the police to bus companies and everyone in between. For example, between 2011 and 2013 we campaigned to improve local public transport options for young people. The result was the launch of the 3-iD Card, which offers travel on a number of bus services and discounts for young people in many high street stores.

    Get involved

    Now it’s your turn - tell us what’s important to you and what you want changed! You can also find out more about the Youth Cabinet and how to stand for election. 

    Contact the Youth Cabinet at this address:

    East Sussex Youth Cabinet
    Children’s Services
    Participation Team
    County Hall
    St Anne’s Crescent, Lewes
    East Sussex
    BN7 1UE


    Phone: 01273 335250

    Email: youth.cabinet@eastsussex.gov.uk