The theme of Children’s Mental Health Week is: “My voice matters.” Here at The Hive, we believe listening to young people allows them that voice, says our CEO Jayne Wilson.   Place2Be, the charity which coordinates this annual campaign, shares some of the statistics which underpin the need for focus on these issues: One in five…

Get up to speed with everything that’s going on here at The Hive this month in our member update.          

Members of The Hive's youth work team, and young leaders

With a general election on the way, we’ve joined young people’s organisations around the country and the UK’s five largest children’s charities to make sure the next government has a plan to put ‘Children at the Table’. We’ve teamed up with 130 young people’s charities along with Action for Children, Barnardo’s, The Children’s Society, the…

Here at The Hive, we were saddened to hear of the death this week of one of our capital patrons, Peter Johnson. Peter, a Wirral business leader who was born in Birkenhead and was a lifelong champion for the community, was a major donor to The Hive building during its construction. Read more from the…

Young people using The Hive this January can eat free in our cafe every time they visit – as we offer thousands of hot meals to members to start 2024.  We’re offering every young person attending our weeknight and Sunday sessions a free hot meal from our cafe throughout January – with the chance to tuck into…

A house decorated for Christmas with lights

  Wirral’s Mayor and Mayoress got to see how ‘those Christmas lights’ are lighting up the street in Oxton this week – on a visit to Templemore Road’s famous annual display. Mayor of Wirral, Councillor Jerry Williams and Mayoress, Irene Williams walked the landmark lights in Oxton Village – which started as a bit of…

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