On Saturday 5th June, Senior members from HideOut Youth Zone took to The Bruntwood Stage at the Homeground Festival, in collaboration with Manchester Camerata, to showcase their talents and provide live performances in rapping, singing, dancing and spoken word. Homeground is a brand new outdoor venue, providing a safe and fun place to enjoy the... Read more »
HideOut Youth Zone is excited to announce that we have now gained approval as an official AQA centre. AQA qualifications are highly valued by employers and universities across Manchester and around the world. At HideOut we are passionate and driven in supporting young people to take on new challenges and embrace new ideas. We believe all... Read more »
HideOut Youth Zone is excited to announce that we have now been confirmed as an official Duke of Edinburgh accredited centre. We are looking forward to offering our members the opportunity to go on DofE expeditions and to access the wide range of activities on offer throughout this year. DofE supports young people to have best possible start in life, enabling them to develop news skills such as... Read more »
In line with national guidance released via the NYA, we are delighted to tell you that HideOut Youth Zone will be back open from Monday 7th December! All sessions at HideOut are now bookable via our website for under 18’s. Places are limited so please be quick! For members who are over 18, we will... Read more »
There were smiles all round on Saturday 26th September as young people celebrated the official opening of Manchester’s HideOut Youth Zone. Located in Belle Vue, HideOut Youth Zone is a brand-new youth charity set to provide young Mancunians with somewhere to go, something to and someone to talk to. Following months of isolation, which... Read more »
We were delighted to welcome the young people’s development group to HideOut on Friday 7th August to show them the finished Youth Zone for the very first time. From branding to staff interviews, the young people’s development group have played a vital role in the Youth Zone’s development over the past 2 years. Become a... Read more »
Due to changes to Government guidance regarding COVID-19, we have taken the decision to postpone the local resident’s open day due to take place on Saturday 8th August. Protecting the health and wellbeing of young people, employees, volunteers and the wider community is our primary focus. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and will be... Read more »
The latest ‘What Manchester Taught Me’ podcast is now live with special guest Kate Vokes, Director of Social Impact at Bruntwood. ‘What Manchester Taught Me’ is a youth-led podcast series which allows listeners to get to know the charity’s supporters, delve deeper into their ties to Manchester, uncover their tips and tricks for success and... Read more »
The annual Manchester Ball took place on Friday 8th November, supported by local businesses, and the professional community. The Manchester Ball is an independent fundraising dinner which donates 100% of its proceeds each year to a local charity to help with their excellent work. 2019 marks the 32ndAnniversary of The Manchester Ball, during which time, it... Read more »
This Is Manchester Awards Founder Ziara Siddique, TV host Jenny Powell and The Social PR agency owner Scott Thomas are the latest guests to be interviewed by young people on HideOut Youth Zone’s new podcast series ‘What Manchester Taught Me’. On the brand-new episode, Ziara, Jenny and Scott discuss their favourite places in Manchester, their... Read more »
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