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Become a member of The Hive Youth Zone today and start accessing the activities and fantastic facilities we’ve got to offer!  

Our annual membership fee is £5, and then only 50p every time you come. We’re open to young people from all backgrounds, for all abilities, from right across Wirral. What are you waiting for? 

Renew your membership

The Hive Youth Zone is a charity which relies on funding from our network of incredible patrons, donors, partners, grant-making organisations AND your £5 membership fees. They keep The Hive going, and even better…they make The Hive yours.   

When renewing your membership, it’s important that you: 

  • Tell us about any changes to your information like change of address, school, or contact details 
  • Include two different emergency contacts 
  • Read and accept consent carefully 
  • Pay your £5 membership renewal fee by card. 

Membership FAqs

How do i sign up as a member?

Complete the online form here (don’t forget to use your code if you’ve been given a free membership to redeem). It normally costs £5 for an annual membership.  

As soon as you’ve completed your membership form.  

We’ll give you a tour and, if you’re not coming with friends, we can buddy you up with other members who’ll show you around and help you find your feet. Our friendly youth workers will find out what you’re into and can help you find activities which might be right up your street. If there’s something you particularly want to do, just let us know!  

We have a wall of compartment shelves where you can leave coats and bags, and you can also leave them at reception. On juniors and HiveAbility, you can leave your money with our reception team to look after if you’d like to – we‘ll give you a named money bag. 

Cafe Hive offers a tasty menu of hot meals, sandwiches, pasta, drinks and snacks and our tuck shop is open for part of every session.   

A hot meal costs £1. 

Check out the screens on the wall by reception which show you the full programme, or you can ask any member of the team including our young leaders.  

We often have whiteboards outside rooms telling you what’s happening and how you can get involved.  

Some activities have limited numbers so we have to work on a first come, first served system – you’ll often find there’s a sign-up sheet to use the climbing wall or training kitchen. Listen out on the tannoy for announcements when things are starting or signing up.  

These operate on a turns system: play one game, then if there’s someone waiting, it’s time to hand the table over  

You need to be wearing trainers to use our climbing wall, sports hall or MUGA pitch. You can wear football boots on the pitch if you like. 

Crocs can’t be worn for any sport.

Talk to a member of our team and we’ll discuss the options open to you.  

Everyone using The Hive – young people, team members, volunteers and visitors – must respect these groundrules for being here. The code was designed by young people for The Hive:  

  • Respect yourself
  • Respect each other 
  • Respect the team 
  • Respect the building 


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