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Behind-the-Scenes at Hard Times & Misery

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“Simply put, Hard Times & Misery is the very best of British craft. From a great selection of local cask ales, all gravity poured (beer festival style) to our ‘boss bottles’, craft beers that change weekly, to our hand selected range of small batch spirits. All independent. All British.” Blink …

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12 Things All LFC Fans Experience at the Match

Anfield-Stadium

Liverpool is set to play Sevilla in Wednesday night’s Europa League final at St. Jakob-Park in Base. In anticipation for the big game, we thought we’d provide LFC fans with the perfect opportunity to relive the buzz and excitement of an LFC match at Anfield. Head to a local pub …

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18 Ways to Enjoy the Sun in Liverpool

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The first sign of summer and us Brits have pulled out the BBQs, whipped out the beers and the music is well and truly flowing. The sun never seems to shine for long in Blighty, which is why we want to help you milk it for all it is worth. …

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27 Ways to Help Homelessness in Liverpool

homelessness

No matter where you go in the UK, homelessness is apparent. Experts warn it is an issue that’s on the rise, with recent government statistics reporting that 3,569 people are sleeping rough on any one night in England. This is a significant rise of 30% from 2014-15, and double the …

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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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The Shipwrecks of Merseyside

Royal-Iris

Many people may not realise, but the Mersey coastline features centuries of shipwrecks. Whilst some vessels are far beyond repair, there are other ships that can still be saved. Many, however, have since been removed, after being abandoned to rust and rot. With news that the beloved ferry Royal Iris has …

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The Most Exciting New Restaurants in Liverpool

The Old Blind School

In the past few years, Liverpool has seen an influx of new eateries with food as expansive, eclectic and rich as its burgeoning arts, literature and music scene. There is no shortage of places to tantalise locals and tourists’ taste buds with cuisine as varied as Japanese fusion (Miyagi), the …

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10 Ways to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Liverpool

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New Year’s Eve is always a highly anticipated night throughout every city in the UK. Liverpool is no exception. With a whole host of events, parties and celebrations taking place across the city, it could be difficult to decide on where the best place is to herald the arrival of …

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27 Times Liverpool Made Us Proud in 2015

Poppies Weeping Window

Scouse pride is embedded into the heart of every Liverpudlian 365 days of the year – and it’s a city that has given us plenty of moments to be proud about over the past 12 months. 2015 has certainly been an exciting year for the people of Liverpool, with festivals, …

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