Shaftesbury Youth Club has started a Saturday club for young people aged 11 and over who have disabilities, open between 4.30pm-7.30pm.
Entry is just 50p per session, and the club is fully supervised by youth workers and staff.
Activities available include:
FootballPoolSnookerTable tennisBouncy castleXboxTVBoard gamesArts and craftsBadmintonSoft tennisDodgeball… and more!
If you would like more information, please contact Phil Nugent on 0151 608 7165, or send him an email.
It’s that time of year again….
No, we don’t mean Christmas… (although it’s very nearly time to start getting excited!) We mean that it’s getting cold and dark outside, so it’s important to remind pedestrians and cyclists to ‘be bright, be seen’ when out and about on local roads.
Every year people are killed or seriously injured because they were not seen by drivers. Not only does it get darker earlier at this time of year and stay darker for longer, the weather conditions also add to the...
Did you know that 16-18-year-olds are now eligible for a Merseyrail Young Person’s ticket?
The ticket will allow you to purchase the Young Person’s Day Saver - which offers unlimited off-peak travel – from just £1.85. The Young Person’s Railpass is also available, offering unlimited weekly travel from £7.50. Both are great for occasional travel, visiting friends, or heading to school or college.
Under 18s just need to ask for a Young Person’s Day Saver or Young Person’s Railpass when buying...
Merseyside Police, Fire and NHS have teamed up to create a video around the dangers of Bonfire Night.
It tells the story of a teenage boy who is injured after an aerosol can is thrown on to a bonfire. The video shows the impact this has on his own life, as well as that of his family.
A version aimed at young people of secondary school age shows the story from the point of view of the teenager.
Watch Manager Ian Mullen said: “The bonfire period is traditionally the busiest time of year for the...
It’s half-term… and that means Halloween! Plus bonfire night is also around the corner :-)
We’ve put together a list of everything that’s going on in Wirral over the next week or so – all you need to do is click through to the links and turn up.
Most of the regular weekly activities are still taking place (youth hub nights and sports activities). Just take a look through our What’s On section for more details on these, or give your local Hub a call.
Great news... you now have the chance to make a difference to the lives of young people across the country.
How, you ask?! By joining the UK Youth Parliament!
Wirral has two UK Youth Parliament seats, elected by young people in the borough. Members of the Youth Parliament (MYPs) stand for two years and get the chance to work with MPs, decision makers and youth groups to highlight the issues that matter to them and their peers.
The Wirral UKYP elections will take place between January and...
Looking for things to do at Halloween this year? Wallasey Youth Hub has you covered, with two (yes, two) Halloween parties on Friday 30th October.
For 8-12 year olds there will be Halloween arts, crafts and activities between 5pm-7.30pm. Come along and make something spooky with your friends!
From 7.30pm-9.30pm there will be an event for 12-19 year olds. With more Halloween activities, pizza, and a movie night… how much better could a Friday get?!
Wallasey Youth HubMill LaneWallaseyCH44 5UE...
People are urged to stay safe over the bonfire period and attend an organised display instead of holding their own.
Displays will be held at venues across Merseyside, and people are urged to check their local council websites to find their nearest display. Information about Wirral displays is coming soon on Teenwirral!
Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service is working with partner agencies, including Merseyside Police and local councils, to prevent anti-social behavior and fires at this time of...
Young people in Wirral have taken part in this year’s annual Youth Voice Conference, with the theme of ‘keeping safe’.
Held at Wallasey Town Hall, the event saw teenagers attend from Wirral secondary schools, special schools, youth support services and youth offending services from across the Borough – alongside teachers, youth workers, and council staff.
The theme for the conference was identified by young people, who worked in groups to create seven different workshops for the event relating...
As part of a new series of updates from your youth hubs, we’re starting with a spotlight on Eastham – or ‘South Wirral Youth Hub’.
With so much on offer, the hub has had a busy summer. There were projects for both the girls and boys; helping them to explore different scenarios and situations and learn more about themselves. The group also had a residential trip to Oaklands where they stayed for two nights, spending their time gorgewalking and canoeing - and most importantly, growing as a team!...