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33 Family Things to Do During the Summer Holidays

Barley and Beans

School is out and that can only mean one thing: it is time to occupy the kids. Well, we here at Signature’s Liverpool are here to help. Here’s how you can keep the little ones busy with some fun family activities during the school summer holidays. 1. Pet the Animals at Acorn …

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The 12 Best Things About Liverpool Pride

Pride Weekend

Liverpool Pride is one of the most celebrated events in the city. A sea of colour, extravagance and love ensure Pride weekend is something all Liverpool locals should be proud of. Thousands of people come out dressed in their brightest clothes and waving their rainbow flags, ready to show the …

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35 Fantastic Events in Liverpool This July

LIMF Sefton Park

Summer is officially here and that means it’s time for you to make the most of the season. So, we have the month ahead all mapped out for you, because here are 35 fantastic events in Liverpool this July. 1. The Liverpool Village When: Thursday 30th June to mid-September 2016 Where: Pier Head …

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32 Fun Things to Do in Liverpool This June

International Mersey River Festival

June is bursting with amazing events for everyone to enjoy. Whether you love culture, music, theatre or just stuffing your face with food, there are plenty of events to enjoy this month. Check out the fun things you can get up to… 1. BBQ Club source: Slim’s Pork Chop Express …

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An Interview with Grand National Jockey Katie Walsh

Katie-Walsh

Katie Walsh is one of the UK’s leading female jockeys, attaining a very successful career in horse-racing. Winning the Irish Grand National last year with Thunder and Roses, Katie became the third ever female jockey to win the fixture, following her brother, Ruby Walsh’s award-winning footsteps. Back in 2012, she snatched …

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8 Fun Things to Do in Liverpool This Easter

Peter Kay Dance for Life

Ah, the Easter Bank Holiday weekend. The first bank holiday since New Year’s is almost upon us, and heralds two weeks’ worth of school-free time for children across the UK – a fact that could induce moments of panic, over how to keep the kids amused, in even the most …

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A Cultural Guide to Chinese New Year in Liverpool

Gung Hay Fat Choy! 2016 marks the year of the monkey and Liverpool is celebrating big. As a city built by immigrants, we have a large multi-cultural population, and Europe’s oldest Chinese community. Liverpool’s Chinatown was the first to be established in Europe and has brought along with it China’s …

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