About Bee Wirral
Established in 2013. Bee Wirral CIC is a lottery funded community centre, created to help bring a sense of community to Birkenhead. The organisation was called Birkenhead Early Excellence, which is where the name Bee comes from.
As the centre has grown through kind donations and having more friendly faces through the door, we have established ourselves as a place for people to:
Book rooms for meetings
Family contact sessions
The Elemental Project reduces isolation in Men on the Wirral through activities and integration. This includes use of a community allotment, fishing, woodwork, crafts and a space to socialise and find support from other men. Men of all backgrounds and ages are free to join in with any of our sessions. Contact us to find a session near you.
The Whistle Stop Cafe is based in Thurstaston Country Park by the beautiful beach. There is the opportunity to enjoy long walks in nature before popping in for a coffee made from hand picked honduras beans! We sell freshly made food, home-made cakes, and our ice cream is locally sourced. All profits made from the cafe help to run our Summerhill House centre, which allows us to provide sessions that are free or discounted for the community.
Supervised family contact sessions are available at Summerhill House on request. Sessions currently cost £40p/hr with a Supervisor present. We provide a room with toys and games for the children to enjoy and there is a kitchen to make food or drinks. You can request a report for a fee and notes are made of each session which can be accessed by both parties.
Bee Wirral CIC can provide consultancy services to support your organisation, from the early development stages to growing and delivering. We can provide support with business planning, developing policies and procedures, and in the earliest stages, support on what is the best model for your social enterprise to take.
Support Bee Wirral
Bee Wirral CIC is a not-for-profit organisation. With your help we can continue to provide support and activities for communities around Wirral. If you are able to donate, then please consider us.