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...
Get fit... Look fit... Be fit.
The Oval Leisure Centre is adding more Teen Gym sessions to its programme!
Teens can now workout every weekday from 3.30pm-5.30pm, as well as on Saturdays and Sundays between 9am-12noon.
Young people from Wallasey have created graffiti art to raise awareness of Wirral’s ‘grot spots’ and promote community cohesion and diversity.
Young residents are also planning community clean-ups in some of the area’s most unloved locations, which will then play host to the temporary artworks. Officers from Wirral Council’s Youth Support service joined local art group Dead Cat Dreaming to support young people to create their graffiti art at workshops in February. The art has taken centre stage...
Wirral’s Youth Support Service has asked that young people in Wirral (aged 8-25 years) complete a survey to find out what they want from their youth provision and what’s important to them in their lives.
Completing the survey will help the service to understand what matters to you in your life, allowing youth workers to provide a modern response to the needs of young people in Wirral.
Deadline for completion is 31st August 2015, and survey results should be available from September.
Grab your glowsticks and come along to Leasowe Recreation Centre for a class that promises great music.
New Teen Clubbercise classes will be held every Friday in Leasowe between 5pm-6pm. Feel free to bring friends along, or your mum!
To take part in the class please wear suitable clothing and comfortable trainers with good support. We also recommend bringing a bottle of water for during and after your activity. You will need to book your class online before attending, using your member ID and...
Like magazines? You can visit the Wirral Libraries website for free digital copies!
Wirral Council's libraries have introduced a free new eMagazine service for library members. Using the Magzter app, you can download the latest issue of top magazine titles for free – to read on your computer, tablet or smart phone.
Magazines of interest include:
Health & Fitness
BBC Music Magazine
The app is available for download...
A new, state-of-the-art gym has opened in West Kirby as part of a major investment in Wirral’s leisure centres.
Situated in a redesigned space on the first floor of the building, the £1.1m fitness suite includes a host of new exercise equipment, including:
46 new cardiovascular stations
18 new resistance machines
Free weights area
Personal equipment such as medicine balls.
All cardiovascular exercise machines also have Freeview and FM connectivity including iPod cables so you can listen...
Are you looking for unbiased information and advice?
Connexions offer a free and confidential service giving information and support to people aged 13 to 19 (or up to 25 years old for people with special educational needs).
If you would like to see what the service has to offer, pop along for a visit either on Tuesdays or Wednesdays between 9am and 5pm.
Location:Seacombe LibraryLiscard Road
Telephone: 0151 606 2305 / 2310
Budding musicians, read on!
After winning a number of awards at a national contest, the Wirral Schools Music Service is seeking new players to join its bands and orchestras.
The Wirral Schools’ Brass Band recently undertook its annual visit to the world famous Whit Friday March contests held in Tameside. The band took part in nine contests and won prizes at six of them, including first youth prizes at Audenshaw, Duckingfield and Heyrod, and three second prizes at Broadoak, Droylsden and Hurst...
A police officer who became Merseyside’s first black, female inspector has given a motivational talk to young people in Wirral.
Police inspector Irene Afful visited Wirral Hospitals’ School to talk to Key Stage 3 and Year 10 pupils about her experiences as a police officer, and about the importance of promoting equality in the work place. The visit was organised by Wirral Council’s Minority Ethnic Achievement Service.
Irene currently works with the College of Policing, who are commissioned to...