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Young people called to vote for youth parliament
Young people are being called to vote for a candidate to represent them in the UK Youth Parliament.
Voting to elect a borough representative for the 2012/2013 parliament will begin this month and anyone aged between 11 and 18 living in or attending school in Haringey can take part.
This year there is one member of the youth parliament is up for nomination as well as two deputy youth members.
Sixteen young people from across the borough are running in the election and are currently on the campaign trail at schools and at community centres.
Voting will take place at a number of venues around the borough starting on October 15 at the Wood Green Youth Centre, in White Hart Lane, from 4pm to 6pm.
Voting will also be taking place at the Bruce Grove Youth Centre, in Bruce Grove on Tuesday October 16, from 4pm to 6pm, and on Wednesday, October 17, from 5pm to 7pm.
Also on Wednesday October 17, young people will be able to vote at the Campsbourne Community Centre, in Eastfield Road, Hornsey, from 5:30pm to 6:30pm.
Finally on Friday October 19 at the Wood Green Youth Club, from 4pm to 6pm and at the Power League, in Bobby Moore Way from 6pm to 7pm voting will also take place.
Those wanting to find out more about the young people in the running for this year’s youth parliament people can visit the Haringey Youthspace website.
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