What's Happening Liverpool?
Some of the latest opportunities from Liverpool's wellbeing and creative communities.
Our food union has updated its opening times. You can now access food support from The Florrie every Friday 10:30-2:30. Become a member of The Florrie Food Union to get access to affordable weekly shops for your household.
When you shop with us you can get 10 items for just £5.00.
Items vary week to week and include fresh food, store cupboard essentials, household items, frozen goods, toiletries, and confectionery.
Members also have access to a range of discount clothing, other household goods, seasonal items, and special offers from time to time.
Membership is open to anyone in Liverpool no matter your circumstances. Limited to one membership per household. To become a member please bring proof of address to The Florrie, 377 Mill Street, L8 4RF.
OPEN FRIDAYS 10:30AM TO 2:30PM
The Florrie Guitar Online
Learn to play guitar directly from some of the best musicians in Liverpool. Our online guitar class now has over 10 videos from special guest musicians. With songs from She Drew The Gun, The Coral, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Jamie Webster, & many more there is something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re learning guitar for the first time or you’re a slightly more experienced played these videos are a great way to expand your abilities. The videos can be found here: https://www.theflorrie.org/guitar/
And here's an example.
Cycling UK: Aigburth Community Cycle Club
Upcoming Rides May 2022
3 mile all age ride
Sun 29 May 10am – 11.30am 3 mile traffic free ride within Sefton Park. Suitable for all ages.
12 mile rides
Tue 24 May 6.30 – 8.30pm Greenbank Lane to Allerton Hall via Calderstones Park, Allerton Towers & Clarkes GardensContacts Cycling UK: Aigburth Community Cycle Club, (Start point) John Mitchel Sports Ground, Greenbank Lane, L17 1AG
0151 728 7884
A group who works regularly in Princes Park.
What we do
We do tree work including planting and coppicing and we also plant bulbs, shrubs and wildflowers.
We have activities such as tree walks, wildlife walks and picnics.
We have planted 3000 trees over the last 10 years increasing the biodiversity and wildlife of the park.
The Friends also litter pick on a regular and ad hoc basis.
Usually the first and third Sunday of the month
It helps us hugely to know who is coming. Please do not turn up without first contacting Lis 07764 510984. What’s App/Signal/Text
Contacts Friends of Princes Park, Princes Park, , L8 3SR
All enquiries (What'sApp/text)
More opportunities coming soon!