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Culture Vultures - September Events

Updated: Aug 18

After a successful past year vlogging away on upbeat, Culture Vultures is ready to get out and about again and Corinne has a great line up of September events to get you started!


Due to current restrictions the events are open to PSS members and can only accommodate 6 people at a time - places must be booked in advance with us at PSS Wellbeing Centre's.


If you're interested please get in touch with the team and if you want to join on more than one event we may ask you to prioritise your choices in order (1,2,3,4 etc) - to keep it all fair and square :)


There's still the usual covid secure guidance in place and we'll ask you to agree to our 'out and about' disclaimer before joining , which helps everyone to feel safe and included.

Once you're booked on we'll confirm the event/s meeting place/s with you!



SEPTEMBERS EVENTS

Saturday 11th September at 11.00am

New Brighton Heritage and Information Centre - St James Church

‘Keeping Memories Alive’ with information, pictures and videos about the past including the famous Tower and its Ballroom, Pier, Ferry and Outdoor Pool.

The New Brighton Heritage and Information Centre is located in Victoria Road and not only highlights New Brighton’s past but also provides information about current and future activities and events taking place across Liverpool and Wirral.

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.

Meeting up in Liverpool city centre for 10am.


Sunday 12th September at 12.00pm

St. Michael's Church, St. Michaels Church Road, Liverpool, Merseyside, L17 7BD

Visitors will be able to explore the church building and view the beautiful East window and other stained glass. Look at the memorials and learn about those who built the church. Learn about the present day church community and its worship. Booklets about the church and windows with postcards will be available for cash donations. The graveyard will be open if the weather is fine.

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival. We will maintain social distancing via a one way route around the church and graveyard. There will be plenty of sanitiser available and visitor will register at the venue. We would prefer masks to be worn where possible.

Meeting up at 11.30am in Aigburth , L17, area.


18th September 11.00 to 12.30pm

CWGC will be offering ticketed free tours of the Liverpool Naval Memorial at Pier Head.

The tour will start at the CWGC memorial and also include information and a short walk to some of the surrounding war memorials at Pier Head that commemorate those lost in the battle of the Atlantic.

The tour will also include a live engraving demonstration and explanation of our maintenance work by one of our master stonemason's.

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival. Tours numbers will be limited and sanitiser available.

6 tickets to be booked in advance.

Meeting up at 10.30am near pier head location.


Sunday 19th September Butterfly farm at 2.30pm

New Ferry Butterfly Park an industrial legacy to a bee and butterfly haven.

The tour will explore the industrial history of this former railway goods yard (brick-making and railway operations), and how this has contributed to the wildlife diversity of the park. This site demonstrates the value of brownfield sites. Short walk about 600m.

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.

For 6 people to be booked in advance.

Meeting up at Liverpool city centre location for 1.30pm.



Happy Culture Vulture-ing :)

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