An initiative which supports some of the most vulnerable young women in Wirral has received a funding boost.
The G.I.R.L.S. Project, which is managed by Wirral Council’s Youth Support Service, provides support to the most vulnerable or at risk young women aged 13-19 in the borough, helping them to increase their feelings of confidence and self-esteem.
Wirral’s Cabinet has now agreed to extend funding for the project by another year.
The project offers a unique, informal and educational 12-week...
Looking to get into football this summer? Guinea Gap Leisure Centre is hiring out its 3G pitch to juniors for just £10 per hour – Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm.
If you would like to book, please contact the centre by calling 0151 606 2010. Or alternatively, send an email.
The Wirral Sports Forum is seeking nominations for the 2015 Wirral Sports Awards and applications for Wirral Sports Bursaries.
Both are awarded with the aim of assisting the development of sports persons in Wirral.
Wirral Sports Bursaries offer monetary assistance of varying amounts to individuals under the age of 25 to support their progress in sport. Individuals applying must either reside in Wirral or represent a Wirral Club. Priority is given to members of clubs in the Wirral Sports Forum...
Wirral now boasts more Green Flag parks and open spaces than any other local authority in the North West.
The Green Flag award winners have been revealed… and out of the 1,582 UK parks, cemeteries, universities, shopping centres and community gardens in the UK that were adjudged to have met the exacting standards required, 22 of them are in Wirral!
In addition to the 20 council-run parks and open spaces that have received Green Flag Awards this year, two others – Tam O’Shanter Urban Farm and...
Recently we told you that Wallasey Youth Hub has been awarded the Navajo Charter Mark for promoting equality in the area.
The prestigious award recognises the work of the Hub in supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex young people.
Liverpool’s Bay TV sent its reporter Charlene Smith to the Hub to report on the story!
You can watch the video below.
PLEASE NOTE: THE VIDEO CONTAINS LANGUAGE THAT SOME VIEWERS MAY FIND OFFENSIVE.
Now that the summer holidays are here, many of you will probably be thinking about relaxing and enjoying having less work to do! But you may also be looking at gaining some valuable work experience over the summer months.
For this reason, we decided to cover work experience as part of our ‘The Facts About…’ series. So if you’re looking to arrange a work experience placement in the near future and don’t know where to start – you can start here!
The Facts About Work Experience
Fancy making music, art and culture a part of your summer? You’re in the right place!
Take a look through our list to see what’s happening in Wirral, and if you see something that takes your fancy, click to find out more.
Williamson Art Gallery summer art workshops for young people – Tuesday-Friday 10.15am-12.30pm
Wallasey Arts at Wallasey Central Library - 22 July 2015, 10am - 1pm
Birkenhead Priory & Bidston Avenue Primary School art exhibition – various dates and times
If you’re looking for fun sporting events this summer, look no further! There’s so much going on in Wirral, and lots of it is free.
You can hone your footballing skills or get a taste for water sports… or even become a trampoliner! Read on to find out more, and no doubt you’ll impress your mates with your new skills when you go back to school or college.
Summer Camps at Invigor8 leisure centres
Wirral Sailing Centre:
Open weekend taster sessions for America’s Cup First Series – 25th and 26th...
School is (nearly) out! So this week Teenwirral will be showcasing some of the best things to do in Wirral this summer. From outdoor pursuits, to craft activities and indoor sports… there’s something for everyone! We’ve also found something to suit every budget, so there’s no chance of ever getting bored.
We’re starting with the great outdoors, so grab your coat (and possibly your brolly) and get exploring!
You can also take a look at our sports, music and culture summer activities in What's...
Are you ready to take an exercise class with a difference AND raise money for charity in the process?
On Saturday 25th July between 1pm and 3pm, Woodchurch Leisure Centre will host ‘Rave4Life,’ a charity fitness class to support Cancer Research, based on the incredibly popular Race For Life events. For the afternoon event, Woodchurch Leisure Centre will be transformed into a club – complete with its own bouncer, free glowsticks and facepaint. The two hour event will be similar to Invigor8’s...