One of Liverpool’s most popular Café Bistros, The Watering Can is celebrating two years at Greenbank Park.
May 21, 2021
Strawberry Field – previously a Salvation Army children’s home where John Lennon came to play and escape – is now home to an interactive visitor exhibition, featuring John’s ‘Imagine’ piano, café, shop and gardens.
Leap, a new e-learning platform is offering free training for people whose lives have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, helping them to gain new skills and move into digital and creative jobs.
Frank McKenna pleads with the government for some consistent messaging as we move out of lockdown towards ‘normal’.
Knowsley Lift Services are delighted to announce that they have secured the contract for the supply and installation of the lifts in The Shakespeare North Playhouse, by Kier Construction.
Conservationists at Chester Zoo are celebrating the birth of a rare red-bellied lemur – the first of its kind ever to be born at the zoo.
Revolver opened this week on Temple Court in the city’s Cavern Quarter. The site which wraps around the corner from Victoria Street onto Temple Court on the gateway into the city’s party area was formerly Revolution for over 21 years and closed last year, 2020.
A recent survey published in Insider magazine entitled ‘The workplace will never be the same,’ has revealed that the effects of the past year may have potentially changed the way we think about work and in particular the workplace.
Dancing is coming back and PINS Liverpool are planning on boogying all night long!
A £100k deal brokered by Bathgate Business Finance has helped bring a ten-year project to improve a rugby club’s player and community facilities to completion.