It's back and it's going to be bigger than ever! Since the Wirral Youth Talent show started in 2010, over 300 talented performers have competed for a place to appear in the spectacular final and take the coveted title... .and it is back for 2012!
Applications are now being accepted for the Wirral Youth Talent 2012 and dates of the auditions have been announced - the final showcase will be on Saturday 24th March 2012.
It is going to be the biggest and best competition yet so make sure you are...
There's a warning that fake alcohol containing harmful ingredients is being sold in the UK and in some cases it's thought fake bottles of vodka cost as little as £6.
Amy Baskerville is a student from Bristol. Last month she bought what she thought was a cheaper brand of vodka. "My partner had drunk half of the bottle when he noticed that he wasn't getting drunk," she said. "We had a sniff and normally vodka has a kick of alcohol but this just smelt like nail varnish remover. Our bottle of vodka...
The album, 'Follow Your Heart,' is the much-awaited follow up to 'The Hunter.'
Said bass player Sean: 'We've had a great 2011 and would like to thank everyone for sticking with us through the name change. We're really proud of the new album.'
For further info see the band on Facebook and Twitter @GuardiansUK
A Battle of the DJs Competition is being held for young people across Wirral aged 13-19 with the winner getting a chance to record their mixes at Radio City FM and a cash prize of £250.
Heats will be held from 7pm-10pm at Wirral's four Youth Hubs on:
March 2: Shaftesbury Youth Hub
March 3: Eastham Youth Hub
March 9: West Kirby Youth Hub
March 10: Wallasey Youth Hub
The final will be from 6.30pm-9.30pm on March 16 at Birkenhead Youth Club, Watson Street, Birkenhead.
The competition is being...
Your vote is needed.. This e-petition calls on the UK Government to address the concerns of young people about expensive bus fares, following the British Youth Council campaign and the UK Youth Parliament's debate in the House of Commons Chamber based on a ballot of 65,000 young people across the UK. This was chosen as the main campaign for 2011/2012 at the vote which took place at the House of Commons on 4th November 2011 and will be worked on for the next 12 months.
Young people across...
Wirral and Liverpool City Council is joining forces with Pine Court Housing Association to provide a life-changing experience for 16 young people from Merseyside (aged between 17 and 25 years of age).
The 16 Young people who sign up for the visit, which is sponsored by Cosmopolitan Student Homes (a member of the Cosmopolitan Housing Group) will spend two weeks in China's economic powerhouse taking part in cultural, educational and sightseeing activities. They will also host a visit from their...
You may remember that a few weeks ago was National Youth Work Week and during this week all young people who engage with the Youth Hubs, Centres, Outreach Teams, Response agency, Youth Theatre and school-based youth workers were asked to share their thoughts about the services and how the youth workers have helped them. And it was no surprise that you gave them a big "thumbs up!"
Nearly 600 young people shared their thoughts by filling in postcards and recording sound bites on film. Hundreds of...
Following Christmas and New Year some Hubs and Clubs are still closed for the holidays so check or call before you make the journey. If your local club is closed, why not go along to one of the other clubs or Hubs for a change. Check out the list of opening times below...
Your Youth Hubs & Clubs
Closed from 21st Dec until 6th Jan.
Open on 20th and then closes until 26th. Open on 27th Dec then closes until 2nd Jan. Open...
Wirral Council's Youth and Play Service hosted a local event for young people to raise money for World Aids Day and increase awareness around HIV and sexual health.
The event arranged by the Service's Wallasey Youth Outreach Team was held at Wallasey Youth Hub, based at Wallasey Community Fire Station in Mill Lane. The event was supported by Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service and Terence Higgins Trust.
Over 50 young people attended the Youth Hub to take part in the challenge, which was to...
School toilets...probably not your favourite subject... but apparantly a quarter of pupils in England's schools avoid using toilets, according to a new survey by ERIC which has launched a campaign to get the Government to introduce new regulations to make school toilets healthier and easier to use.
ERIC points out that the limited regulations that do exist don't include vital things like supply of toilet paper or soap.Netmums is backing ERIC's campaign and people can support by signing an...