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...

Get ready for the weekend in Liverpool

Get Ready for the Weekend in Liverpool John Yeoman & Quentin Blake, Dramshop cocktails & more 2-3 March | Curated by Natasha YoungFinal chance to see Quentin Blake and John Yeoman exhibition Head to Wirral’s Lady Lever Art Gallery for the ‘Quentin Blake and John Yeoman: 50 Years of Children’s Books’ display, which ... Read More...

Jodie Taylor interview: Wirral-born football star on how far the women’s game has come

Jodie Taylor interview: Wirral-born football star on how far the women's game has come From Tranmere Rovers to America, Wirral-born Jodie Taylor has been dogged in pursuit of her dream to play football at the highest level. The US-based Lioness looks back on her globetrotting career, reflecting on how far the women’s ... Read More...

New homes part of redevelopment plans for South Liverpool police club

A collection of family homes could be built at Riversdale police club as part of plans to revamp facilities at the Aigburth site.Merseyside Police Sports and Social Association’s (MPSSA) planning application also includes proposals for a new clubhouse and improved sports pitches.Also known as the Alfred Holt Recreation Ground, the ... Read More...

Council rejects LFC plans to host non-football events at Anfield

Liverpool Football Club’s plans to host non-football sporting events at Anfield have been rejected by the council’s planning committee.Objections to the proposals had been put forward by and on behalf of neighbouring residents which included concerns over an increase in disruption and noise levels.The first application, which was rejected, also included ... Read More...

Mayor: Football hubs to support next generation of Gerrards and Rooneys

New state-of-the-art football hubs will help develop the “next generation of Gerrards and Rooneys” according to Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson.The Parklife project will see the creation of 12 floodlit 3G pitches, as well as health and fitness and coaching facilities, across Liverpool.Liverpool City Council says completion of four of ... Read More...