Young Chamber Cadets from Woodlands Primary School have Merseytravel as their ‘adopted’ business and were given the challenge of creating a colourful design for a new Mersey Ferry as well as a new pop up cafe idea based at the Woodside Ferry Terminal.  The Year 5 children spent the day at school coming up with enterprising
Young Chamber Cadets from Bidston Avenue Primary School were given the challenge of creating an event at Tranmere Rovers Football Club, who are their ‘adopted’ business. The Year 5 children spent the day at school creating an event that would be exciting to attend, involve the community and ultimately make a profit! They had to
A HUGE thank you to everyone who attended the Johnson Foundation Charity Lunch at Thyme, Oxton. We were delighted to present a cheque to Christine Done, Appeals Manager from The Clatterbridge Cancer Charity for £3,346.25. Special thanks to Cathy Frost, owner of Thyme who was incredibly generous and made this total possible. Thank you to

Go Kids Go!

Wheelchair Skills Workshop In February a grant of £1,500 was awarded to Go Kids Go! for a wheelchair skills workshop which took place on Sunday 10th March 2019 in the sports hall at Woodchurch High School. The workshop was once again very well attended, with some young people attending for the very first time, whilst
Year 5 children from Mendell Primary School have been ‘adopted’ by The Village Hotel and were invited for a special Behind the Scenes Tour to see first hand how the hotel operates. The children were split into two team and completed their Challenge by creating Mocktails and ‘Prom Organisation’ sessions. Hillside Primary School are working
Bridging the gap between education and employment, the Young Chamber Cadets programme works with chosen schools across Wirral and addresses important issues around positive role models, socio-economic aspirations and reaching potential from a young age.  The programme aims to highlight the amazing industries we have right here on Wirral. Each school is ‘adopted’ by a local