HideOut wins the treble

HideOut celebrates a win of three awards within the month of October.   October 2022 saw an abundance of celebration for HideOut Youth Zone as the team celebrated three award wins across the month.   October kicked off with the Spirit of Manchester awards which took place on Thursday 6th October. HideOut was nominated for two awards... Read more »

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HideOut Youth Zone Turns 2!

Over 400 members of the community join HideOut Youth Zone to celebrate the charities second birthday. HideOut Youth Zone officially turned two years old on the 26th September 2022, and to help celebrate the charities birthday, HideOut opened its doors on Saturday 24th September to invite the local residents of East Manchester to join the... Read more »

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Over £60,000 raised for youth charities

Founder Patron, Theo Paphitis Charitable Trust, holds charity event to raise vital funds for HideOut Youth Zone.    On Wednesday 8th July, Theo Paphitis Charitable Trust hosted their inaugural charity clay shoot in aid of Starlight Children’s Foundation – UK and HideOut Youth Zone.   The event, held at The Royal Berkshire Shooting School, was attended by more than 50... Read more »

HIDEOUT LEADS FIRST MANCHESTER DAY PARADE

HideOut Youth Zone front the Manchester Day parade as it returns after 3-years.  The Manchester Day parade made its long-awaited return to the city centre on Sunday 19th June, after a three-year hiatus.   Fifteen proud HideOut members took to the streets to represent the Youth Zone and joined over 1,300 other participants in the parade. ... Read more »

Over £7,500 raised for HideOut at GMR

Supporters raise vital funds for HideOut Youth Zone at the Great Manchester Run. Thousands of eager runners descended on Manchester city centre for this year’s Great Manchester Run on Sunday 22nd May. After months of training, athletes took to the city’s streets for the annual half marathon and 10k events. Over 20 HideOut Youth Zone... Read more »

Youth charities partner to tackle youth mental health crisis

HideOut Youth Zone partners with national youth charity, ‘Stop. Breathe. Think’, to tackle growing youth mental health crisis. To mark Mental Health Awareness Week (9-15 May 2022), HideOut Youth Zone welcomed mental health support charity, ‘Stop.Breathe.Think’, to host an evening of mental wellbeing activity, and to raise awareness of the charity’s service amongst young people... Read more »

HideOut holds first Community Iftar

HideOut invites members, their families, and supporters to break fast together in first community Iftar. Friday 22nd April saw HideOut Youth Zone hold its first Iftar event. HideOut welcomed members of the community, supporters, young people and their families into the Youth Zone to celebrate Ramadan and partake in breaking fast together. HideOut provided over... Read more »

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HideOut Youth Zone finalists in Be Proud Awards

HideOut Youth Zone announced as runners-up in Manchester City Council’s 2022 Be Proud Awards under the ‘Promoting Equality and Diversity’ category. On Friday 4th March, HideOut Youth Zone attended the annual Be Proud awards, hosted by Manchester City Council. The youth zone, based in Gorton, was successful in becoming finalists in the ‘Promoting Equality and... Read more »

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British champions welcomed to Youth Zone to celebrate women in sport for International Women’s Day 2022

HideOut Youth Zone hosts panel of inspirational women in sport to encourage local girls to gain confidence and break stereotypes around sporting activity. Wednesday 9th March, saw HideOut Youth Zone hold a celebration event to honor women in sport, following the annual commemoration of International Women’s Day (Tuesday 8th March). The event focused on the... Read more »

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Steve Judge empowers young people to achieve their GOLD

On 22nd February, we had the amazing Steve Judge, a Professional Motivational Speaker, in the Youth Zone for our ‘Be Inspired’ event, where Steve empowered young people and adults to believe in themselves and achieve their GOLD. At the age of 28, Steve had a devastating car accident which left him fighting to stay alive.... Read more »

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