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10/06/2011 - 12:29
The winner of teenwirral.com's latest competition is Bailey Cain, aged 15, from Woodchurch. Bailey won 5 x 2-for-1 passes to the fantastic Rampworx Skatepark in Liverpool. Each pass is worth up to £13, so the total prize value is a whopping £65!! Bailey, who attends Woodchurch High, is a keen BMX rider and spends as much of his spare time as possible out on his bike. He had heard about the competition through the youth club he attends. He said 'I go to Rampworx every few weeks and wanted to win...
10/06/2011 - 10:37
Wirral Children's Trust, together with the help of children and young people across Wirral, have produced the Children and Young People's Plan for 2011-12. The Children's Trust is made up of all the different people that work with children, young people and their families, such as teachers, doctors, police officers and youth & social workers. The Plan sets out the things which will be done over the year to help you be healthy, be safe from harm, do well at school, take part in activities...
09/06/2011 - 13:17
Kite flyers from all over the world are heading to the Wirral coastline this weekend for one of the most colourful and spectacular events on the UK events calendar. New Brighton's breezy 'Dips' – unique green spaces on the promenade overlooking the Mersey Estuary – will be home to the 'Kites Over the Mersey' Wirral International Kite Festival on Saturday and Sunday, June 11 and 12 from 11am to 4.30pm each day. Admission is free, and there is a free shuttle bus running all weekend from New...
09/06/2011 - 12:51
Are you stuck for something to do with your Dad this Father's Day? Why not take him swimming  - you can get him in for FREE!! To celebrate Fathers Day on June 19th Wirral’s Invigor8 leisure centres are offering Dads the chance to spend some quality time with their children, with Dads swimming for free in one of the borough’s public pools. To take advantage of the offer, dads will need the voucher which can be downloaded and printed here. So long as Dads go with a child under 16, Dad can...
08/06/2011 - 10:52
Are you a complete beginner or have you done a little running in the past? If so, why not come along and join one of Wirral Sports Development's Run England running groups which meet across Wirral? Registration is now FREE so it will only cost you £1 a session (this is the junior rate, adults are £2 a session) or £5 per family session (family ticket is for up to 2 adults and 4 young people). The session fee is FREE if you are an Invigor8 holder. Sessions run across Wirral in a variety of...
07/06/2011 - 09:39
Better check your Facebook settings before posting a party invitation online. A teenage girl in Germany who forgot to mark her birthday invitation as private on Facebook fled her own party when more than 1,500 guests showed up and around 100 police officers, some on horses, were needed to keep the crowd under control. Eleven people were temporarily detained, one police officer was injured, dozens of girls wearing flip-flops cut their feet on broken glass and firefighters had to extinguish two...
31/05/2011 - 09:10
Wirral Council is once again offering free swimming for children and young people over this half-term period. Sessions are available across Wirral's 6 pools for all under 18s until Sunday 5th June. Check out the Half-Term Swimming Pool Timetable to find a session that's right for you. If you have any queries about the offer, you can contact the Sport and Recreation Call Centre on 0151 606 2010.
27/05/2011 - 10:41
NHS Wirral is trying to find out more about the health and social care needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people to help us develop and improve local services. We would like LGBT people who live, work or go to school/college in Wirral to complete a survey which asks about health and experiences of services. All answers you give will be kept anonymous and confidential and only NHS employees working on this project will see the data you provide. We do not collect any...
26/05/2011 - 11:04
Young DaDa: Steering Group DaDa – Disability and Deaf Arts would like to appoint six young Disabled and d/Deaf people (13 – 19 years old) to be members of a steering group to inform and lead decision-making processes for their Young People's programme. The role as a steering group member will be voluntary but travel expenses and access support will be covered when attending events or meetings as part of the role. The group will meet four times a year, but are likely to have responsibilities...
23/05/2011 - 13:16
This half-term, Aiming High have organised some fab activities for disabled young people and their friends. Tuesday 31st May and Wednesday 1st June at South Wirral Youth Hub From 1-3.30pm for £2 per session, disabled young people and their friends aged 8-19 can take part in as much or as little as they like, including: Art workshops with a professional artist Multi-sports sessions Chillout with friends and meet new people Play pool, Wii and table tennis Prior booking is essential. To book a...
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