- 2nd September 2021Hundreds of thousands of children in the UK go to youth centres every week. But, there are growing concerns that lots of these centres could close down. According to figures from the Youth charity YMCA, government funding for youth centres in England and Wales has been cut by £1 billion in the last decade. More... Read more »Posted in: Young People
- 10th August 2021HideOut Youth Zone Hosts: The Future of Retail and Ecommerce pro-manchester in partnership with HideOut Youth Zone are delighted to welcome Theo Paphitis to the city for a live Q&A event to be held in a unique setting at HideOut Youth Zone on Hyde Road in Gorton. Theo will talk about the future of retail... Read more »Posted in: Progress
- 4th August 2021Hobbycraft signs up to support HideOut Youth Zone Hobbycraft, the largest arts and crafts retailer in the UK has confirmed their support for inspiring the next generation of crafters by becoming a patron of HideOut Youth Zone in Manchester. Launched in Manchester in September 2020, the £6.6 million HideOut Youth Zone has quickly earned a... Read more »
- 23rd July 2021HideOut Takes Part In Edward Mellor Door Step Doodle Competition Edward Mellor, the Greater Manchester multi-branch estate agency have recently supported HideOut Youth Zone members through a personalised art competition that will showcase young people’s artwork on Edward Mellor ‘For Sale’ boards over the Summer. What is Door Step Doodles? Edward Mellor Door Step Doodles was... Read more »Posted in: Young People
HideOut Youth Zone based in East Manchester
Manchester’s HideOut Youth Zone provides a safe, inspiring place for young people aged 8-19, and up to 25 for those with additional needs, to spend their leisure time. HideOut Youth Zone is open 7 days a week, offering over 20 creative and sporting activities every night for just 50p per visit!
“HideOut Youth Zone will be the best thing to happen in East Manchester for a long time. We will finally have somewhere fun to hang out with friends and try new activities.”
- Cara, Young People’s Development Group