South Tyneside Young People's Parliament
South Tyneside Young People's Parliament (STYPP) are young people from across South Tyneside, aged between 12 to 18 years old.
They discuss and take action on issues that affect young people living in South Tyneside.
What we do
STYPP is a great way to meet new people and make a difference in a fun and informal environment.
We discuss issues that affect young people living in South Tyneside and come up with ways to help.
South Tyneside Young People's Parliament's (STYPP) campaign focus for 2022 was "Health and Well-being".
As part of the campaign, we put together a list to show what services are available and places young people can visit in South Tyneside.
Click on the icons below to access previous years campaigns and resources.
Fun at STYPP
We are serious about listening to the views and making real change for young people living in South Tyneside through our campaigns. But we're also serious about having fun!
We often enjoy team building activities, days out or simply just going out for a meal as a special treat.
A fun day out at the beach!
Power boating with friends!
Luke Hall - MYP for South Tyneside
Luke Hall is our Member of Youth Parliament (MYP) for South Tyneside, as elected in March 2022.
He represents the voice of South Tyneside Young People both locally and nationally.
Working both in the community and nationwide, Luke's previous campaigns include child health and free school meals.
You can see what Luke has been up to by following his social media accounts.
- We meet 3 Tuesdays every month
- 4:30pm to 6:30pm
- 25-27 Market Place
Tyne and Wear
Where to find us