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Youth Clubs

HYPE’s year round Youth Clubs reach the heart of the community using local community centres as their base to reach more young people each year. By utilising the community centres rooms, HYPE staff and volunteers run a range of sessions that are youth led ensuring the delivery is of the need for the children and young people that attend the sessions.


Research demonstrates the impact of youth work on young people’s lives. Youth workers help young people through difficult times, signpost them to health and other services, go with them to court, support them to find employment or housing.

Young people trust youth workers because of the relationships they have built up, on a rock climbing trip or simply over a game of pool. Youth workers meet young people on their own territory and in all youth work interventions the young person chooses to be there and to engage.

Open access work means that young people are not stigmatised and can enjoy their leisure time in a safe space with their peers. For those with mental health issues, a local youth work presence can be a vital lifeline.

Courtney Road, Rock Ferry

HYPE deliver a range of activities from five-a-side football to face-painting to bike mechanics. Sessions vary each week, and each term is finished off with a big celebration and talent competition. HYPE also run a trip each term. Our last trip was to the Chill Factore in Manchester!!

HYPE’s Courtney Road youth club is based just off New Chester Road, on the Woodward Estate.

If you live in the area and want to see what it’s all about, get in touch and HYPE will register you at the club.

Running Mondays and Fridays 5pm-7pm.
Under 9s welcomed in from 4pm, 9-14 years from 5pm.



The Little T Room

A NEW youth group will be running from the 16th of January 2018. ‘The Little T Room’ is located on Grange Road West in Central Birkenhead.

Sessions in the T Room are running:

  • Tuesday 5pm-7pm- ‘Krafty Kids’- themed art project, our first is ‘cityscapes!’
  • Thursday 5pm-7pm- ‘Gaming Gods’- board games, team games and computer games!
  • Saturday 10am-12pm- ‘Get your Hands Dirty’- gardening, cooking, and large scale art

£1 entry per session, with a tuck shop available for drinks and snacks.

Woodchurch Youth Club

Carr Bridge Community Centre is where our Woodchurch youth group is running every Tuesday and Wednesday term time.

Sessions in Carr Bridge Community Centre are running on:

  • Tuesday 4pm – 6pm- ‘Krafty Kids’- themed art project, our first is ‘cityscapes!’
  • Thursday 4pm – 6pm- ‘Gaming Gods’- board games, team games and computer games!

50p entry per session, with a tuck shop available for drinks and snacks

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