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Best Scenic Walks and Trails Near Liverpool

For a sunny day out or a brisk and breezy stroll, look no further than our guide to the best family walks and trails near Liverpool. We’ve uncovered something perfect for everyone. From the exquisite beauty of Hale Village to scenic and sandy Thurstaston beach, there’s no need to travel …

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15 Songs About and Associated with Liverpool

As the years have gone by, songs about Liverpool and musicians from Liverpool certainly haven’t gone unnoticed. One of the greatest cities in the world, it’s no surprise that generations of musicians have been inspired by the people and streets of Liverpool. So, to celebrate the best of our city, …

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International Women’s Day: Liverpool’s Most Inspiring Ladies

Originally known as International Working Women’s Day, the 8th March now commemorates the women’s rights movement with International Women’s Day. The special date celebrates women’s achievements all around the world, with organised conferences and rallies, networking events and marches. In more recent years, social media has enabled awareness and support …

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300 Days of Celebrating the Bluecoat’s 300th Birthday

In 2017 the city will be celebrating the 300th birthday of Bluecoat, Liverpool’s oldest city centre building and the UK’s very first dedicated art centre. In honour of this great achievement, curator Bryan Briggs has disclosed details for a 300-day birthday celebration. An exciting programme set to include one exhibition, …

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The Origins Behind Liverpool’s Place-names

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Have you ever wondered about the inspiration behind your area’s place-name? Wonder no more. We are taking a look back at the origins of the city’s names, so you can learn a little bit more about the path under your feet. Aigburth Aigburth is an Anglo-Saxon place-name that translates as …

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