YM Liverpool is 20 – Back in 1999…

YM Liverpool is 20 - Back in 1999... Our very first issue hit the streets, providing a guide to Liverpool living and celebrating the city’s ongoing renaissance.Urban Splash We spoke to Tom Bloxham, co-founder of innovative developer Urban Splash, as the firm had four major projects underway in Liverpool.They included the mixed-use ... Read More...

Easter egg hunts across the Liverpool City Region

Easter egg hunts across the Liverpool City Region Round up your little bunnies and choose one of these handpicked hunts for an eggscellent expedition this Easter across the Liverpool City Region and beyond. Words by Lawrence Saunders  CADBURY EASTER EGG HUNTS Throughout April | Various locations Cadbury continues its partnership with the National Trust to ... Read More...

Liverpool’s favourite cultural events returning in 2019: Africa Oyé and more…

Liverpool's favourite cultural events returning in 2019 Familiar cultural favourites are returning to Liverpool in 2019, bringing another helping of exciting line-ups and unique additions. Words by Natasha YoungOyé on the way with another bumper line-up Popular summer festival Africa Oyé will fill Sefton Park with the music and culture of Africa and ... Read More...

Get ready for the weekend in Liverpool

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool New arts and music festival gets underway, LFC legends take on Milan masters at Anfield & more 22-24 February | Curated by Lawrence SaundersMusic, theatre, dance and more at Angel Field Festival Organised by Liverpool Hope University, Angel Field Festival is a new international, combined arts ... Read More...

Partnership plans ‘radical’ transformation of Southport’s Pleasureland

Image: Councillor Ian Maher, leader of Sefton Council along with Cllrs Lappin & Atkinson and Pleasureland owner Norman Wallis  Sefton Council and Pleasureland owner Norman Wallis are planning a multi-million pound transformation of the Southport amusement park.The local authority and Norman have signed an agreement to work in partnership on a ‘radical’ ... Read More...

Liverpool to showcase 23ft Earth replica as programme of festivities returns

Liverpool Cathedral visitors can witness the world under one roof in the coming months as the landmark welcomes majestic artwork ‘Gaia’.Following the success of last year’s ‘Museum of the Moon’, which attracted 60,000 visitors, this latest spectacle will see a 23ft replica of Earth featuring accurate and detailed NASA imagery ... Read More...