World Heritage Youth Ambassadors consultation

March 7, 2023 Published by Alex McCoskrie

On Monday 20th March, 10am – 1pm, at The Sill, Once Brewed, Northumberland NE47 7AN

World Heritage Youth Ambassadors (WHYAMs) want to hear from partners working along Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site, along with those working within World Heritage in the North, to discuss the future of World Heritage Youth Ambassadors. Come and hear from Ashleigh Taylor (programme lead for National WHYAMs) about the future of the programme and discuss ways you can be involved and encourage young people to engage with World Heritage.

Join the conversation to shape what WHYAMs will look like and discover how it can work for your World Heritage Site!

The event will run at the Sill Landscape Discovery Centre in Northumberland with lunch and refreshments included. (For any dietary requirements please inform Clare at by 15th March.)

To book your place, please click here.

Here is the Teams link for anyone not joining in person:

The vision of the award-winning World Heritage Youth Ambassador program is to empower Young People to learn about and have an active and powerful voice in their own lives, their local communities and World Heritage. We support a wide range of Young people aged 13-25 to engage with World Heritage for the purposes of learning, personal development, employability and advancing World Heritage both locally and nationally for the sector and for other Young People.