The Avenues Neighbourhood Network (TANN) covers the following roads in Liverpool: Arundel, Rossett, Gresford, Hawarden, Halkyn, Cumberland, Rutland, York, Cheltenham, Buckingham, Lancaster, Sydenham and Brompton Avenues, as well as Ullet Walk, Sherry Court, Walter Beilin Court, Rex Cohen Court and Lathbury Lane and the sides of Hartington Road, Ullet Road and Smithdown Road, which border this area.


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Alkash Newsagents
148 Smithdown Road Liverpool 17

Nile Take-away
196 Smithdown Road Liverpool L15 3JI
Tel: 0151 735 1655

The Dolls House Shop
214 Smithdown Road L15 3JT
Tel: 0151 733 6806


Support local industry: Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool

Previewed at FACT, this film from Avenues resident sometime actor, screenwriter and film-maker Pete Turner, will be on general release in November. It's based on the memoir of his relationship with film star Gloria Grahame. Take a hanky.

Local planning applications: 13-15 Arundel Avenue

A planning application on behalf of Mr. A. Skeefe has been received in relation to this vacant site. The application, reference number 17F /2680, is to erect an apartment block for 8 x 3 bed and 2 x 2 bed apartments with associated parking and landscaping. to erect apartment block for 8no 3 bed and 2no 2 bed apartments with associated parking and landscaping. The Council wishes to make people aware of the development and receive comments before deciding whether or not to grant permission. The application including forms and plans are available online using the Planning Explorer at If you wish to discuss the application with the case officer, you must make an appointment by telephoning or emailing as per the contact details below. If you have any comments to make on this application, you should write as soon as possible quoting the above application reference number and unique ID. Comments can also be made online up to the date stated using the Planning Explorer as above or by emailing Only comments relating to planning considerations will be taken into account in reaching a decision. Please note that any comments sent can be seen by members of the public, including the applicant. Due to the large volume of comments received we are not able to acknowledge any comments received In the event of an appeal against a refusal of planning permission, for a householder application only, which is to be dealt with on the basis of representations in writing, any representations made about this application will be sent to the Secretary of State, and there will be no further opportunity to comment at appeal stage. Most applications are determined under delegated powers however should the application go to the Planning Committee for determination you will only be advised if you have made it clear you would wish to attend in your comments. The Planning Service has produced advice notes on the planning process including ‘Commenting on a Planning Application’. These are available electronically at or you can telephone 0151 233 3021 to request paper copies. You could, if you wish, copy in your local councillors. Local Councillor Laura Robertson-Colllins has indicated that she does not oppose the application in principle but would be very concerned about the design - as the new build flats at site at 21-23 Arundel Ave still have the wrong windows despite the Conservation Area rules. "The rules on shape & colour of windows , doors , roof slates, etc here are highly valued by residents - it is vital all re- build respects the style of the Edwardian houses - and these will be replacement buildings, not new build. The site at 13 -15 Arundel ave is the site of two 3-storey houses, so we would expect similar sized provision , and not over-development." She is also concerned about the cemetery wall at the back of the site that has been damaged by landlords in the past.

Fed up with your money going to the Big 6? Find out about the LECCY

The LECCY, the Liverpool Energy Community Company, has launched new cheaper winter energy tariffs to help residents from Liverpool and the surrounding area to save money on their winter fuel bills. This includes a new one-year fixed tariff for credit customers and a low-cost, pay-as-you-go tariff for prepayment customers. For more details see frequently asked questions

Lathbury Lodge

In case you're getting excited about the possibility of something interesting replacing the eyesore beside Lathbury Lane, the sad news is that the hoardings have been put up to deter intruders and reduce anti-social behaviour there.

The Quaker Burial Ground and Community Garden

It's a busy summer for our Community Garden and Wildlife Centre which opened for the Smithdown Road Festival on April 29th and 30th, hosted a memorial event for Jo Cox MP on 17th June and opened under the National Garden Scheme on 16th July. The garden is usually open on a Sunday afternoon between 13.30 and 15.30. Volunteer help would be greatly appreciated by the small band who work so hard there.

Patchwork and Quilting Classes

There'll be monthly classes in quilting and patchwork - for both beginners and improvers at Penny Lane Development Trust Centre. They started on Tuesday 23rd May and run from 10.00 - 13.00 The cost is 15. For more information, contact Laurel Byrne: or 07801279490.

The Great Get Together

On Saturday 17th June, in brilliant sunshine, the Quaker Burial Ground and Community Garden hosted a community lunch in memory and celebration of the life of Jo Cox M.P. who was murdered a year ago. See News for further details.

Three Mugs of Tea Youth Theatre

From June 7th, they'll be running workshops for 11-16 year olds each Wednesday at Ullet Road Church Hall. A chance to learn about all aspects of theatre.

Congratulations Laura

Laura Robertson-Collins, one of our hardworking Greenbank councillors, has survived a charity climb for Marie Curie up Mount Olympus. "It took 3 days to go up to the top and down again, with 2 nights in a refuge on the mountain whilst there - refuge is incredible place with very cold water showers, v basic 'facilities', sleeps 110 people a night - and had 70 different nationalities passing through this summer." The picture shows Laura on the descent!

Richie's October Walks

This month you can explore the Lutyens Crypt in the Metropolitan Cathedral, immerse yourselves in John Lennon or in the joys of Birkenhead...

And another planning application....

This time to give retrospective planning consent to windows at 27 Gresford Avenue. These windows do not comply with Conservation Area guidelines. The application number is: 17H/1631. Let your local councillors know if you have any views on this issue or use the city council's online planning explorer tool to comment.

Citizen of Honour

Congratulations to TANN resident and regeneration expert Mike Parkinson who has been made a Citizen of Honour of the city

Have you been a victim of crime?

Jane Kennedy, Police Commissioner for Merseyside, wants to hear from you.

Support the Sreepur Village Charity

There will be several local exhibitions of embroidery work by the women of Sreepur in Bangladesh: cards, silk scarves, gifts, all created in conditions of extreme poverty. Running 11.00 -16.00 each day. Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Friday 17 to Sunday 26 of February 10 days ………. St Barnabas Church Penny Lane Liverpool 18 Monday 20 to Saturday 25 March 6 days ………. Liverpool Town Hall Monday 14 to Thursday 24 August 11 days ………. Readers Gallery Calderstones Park Liverpool 18 Monday 25 September to Sunday 1 October 7 days ………. St Barnabas Church Penny Lane Liverpool 18 Monday 23 to Saturday 28 October 6 days

Drawing in the Palm House (7 Week Course)

Wednesdays from 4th October 2017, 6 – 8pm dot-art presents Drawing in the Palm House led by artist Eimear Kavanagh. This 7 week drawing course will give you the opportunity to improve your observational drawing skills and try new ways of working, guided with exercises designed for all abilities, in the inspiring surroundings of the Sefton Park Palm House. Dates 4th, 11th, 25th October 8th, 16th, 29th November 6th December Tickets 120 for 7 classes For enquiries, contact dot-art on 0345 0176660 or For booking details....

Greenbank Park Eleanor Rathbone Artwork

A new artwork to commemorate Eleanor Rathbone was unveiled on 9th December in the walled garden at Greenbank Park

Sefton Park Cricket Club

This is a great local resource and they have a lively programme throughout the year. Keep an eye on our events section for details.

Penny Lane

Free Daytime Courses at Penny Lane Trust - there will be a new 'Arts and Craft Course' starting on Tuesday 7th March at 9.30am open to all residents, held at the Penny Lane Trust on Penny Lane, L18 1BW (opposite top of Ramilies Road). The course is provided free (via Granby Toxteth Devt Trust) and will be looking at a range of crafts.... Penny Lane Trust also have a Men's Group on Monday afternoons, and others courses such as quilt making and chair yoga.... Ring on 0151 733 7245

Greenbank Synagogue planning application

Despite objections, planning permission has been granted in relation to Greenbank Synagogue. It is to convert the synagogue to form 22 one and two-bed apartments and erect a 4/5-storey block of apartments with lower ground level, and a 5-storey block of apartments with lower ground level, to provide a total of 30 two and three-bed apartments with associated landscaping and parking.

Pottery Classes at lark Lane Community Centre

We offer a series of pottery classes for beginners as well as more experienced potters. We use a wide variety of techniques both on the wheel and by hand-building. Instruction in a wide range of ceramic techniques including indexhand building and the potters wheel, in a well equipped studio. Classes (led by John Parker) Tuesdays 7pm -9pm Led by John Parker Wednesdays 10am – 12pm 1pm – 3pm 7pm – 9pm Thursdays 7pm -9pm Led by John Parker Saturdays 1pm – 3pm 3pm – 5pm Led by John Parker Fee: 10 per session (2 hours). You can ‘pay as you go’. There is a small charge of 1 per 1lb weight for finished items. Please call the main office for information, or visit our facebook page: fbook Because it can get busy it is best to contact John Parker in advance on 07817 976 422 to check capacity.

More Yoga and a Theatre Club

You could spend most of your waking hours at Ullet Road Church. Now there are plans for an additional Yoga class run by Jacqueline Carter who already holds evening classes there. This one will hopefully be on a Tuesday but is on hold at present as Jacqueline has been out of action following an accident. And, if you're interested in occasional outings to the theatre, ask minister Phil Waldron about their theatre club: / 07828883484

Liverpool Citizen Advocacy and The Agnes Woodford Project

The Agnes Woodford Project, which is hosted by Liverpool Citizen Advocacy, is a unique partnership between small organisations and individuals working within the Lodge Lane and Avenues area of the city. The Project regularly holds lunchtime socials and hosts Singing for the Brain sessions, which are an Alzheimers Society initiative. Future plans include developing visiting and befriending schemes in the area for isolated members of the community. They hold regular community lunches - the next is on Thursday 19th October - and they have a quiz and supper night scheduled for Friday 10th November. The Project is named after Agnes Woodford who died in October 2010 in Sunnyside residential home on the corner of Sydenham Avenue and Ullet Road. She was 91. She had spent a lifetime of service to others in Liverpool and Sefton through befriending, visiting and advocacy. For the last two and a half years of her life, she was an active member of the local community here. Liverpool Citizen Advocacy recently celebrated its 25th anniversary and are asking us to become supporters and funders of their work. For membership see form or to make a donation, please see donation form If you would like to know more about the Project, please contact Joe Monaghan on 734 3047 or at

Change at St. Agnes

Farewell to Canon Christopher Cook who has retired from St. Agnes Church where, in the church hall, for some long time, TANN held its meetings. This beautiful, grade 1 listed building is fundraising at present for essential repairs.

Brush up your French conversation

Le Petit Atelier Francais which already holds children's classes, is starting a conversation class for adults at Ullet Road Church.

Meet your neighbour over a hot novel or a cool classic

Ullet Reads Book Group started on 2nd June and meets on the first Thursday of each month, 19.00 - 21.00. Ullet Road Unitarian Church (via York Avenue entrance). Contact Anne on

Ullet Road Unitarian Church

As well as being a spectacular building, Ullet Road Church hosts lots of both regular and one-off community events. And kindly hosts our TANN meetings. Keep in touch through their facebook page.

Stressed out? Learn about EFT

If you're interested in finding out more about stress-relieving via EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) Tapping, go along to a session at Ullet Road Church on Thursday Jul 14 at 19.30 Find out what EFT is, how it works, how you can benefit and how you can help others with it by incorporating it into your work and your life. This group is open Hosted by: Jenny L. (Certified EFT Practitioner accredited by AAMET)

One Tree Per Child

The ‘One tree Per Child’ campaign is a great way that everyone can get involved in protecting our planet. The campaign wants every child planting one tree as part of primary school activity. Local Councillor Lawrence Brown is asking Liverpool City Council to join Bristol in supporting the campaign by covering the cost of tree seedlings. TANN residents could help by suggesting places locally where a tree could be planted and talking to their local schools.

Exploring Materials

A new art class started on Mondays from April 4th at Ullet Road Unitarian Church Hall.


Resident Elspeth McLean reminds us that batteries and Tetrapaks can be recycled with battery banks at most supermarkets and Tetrapaks at big branches of Tesco and at the Otterspool tip - sorry, Household Waste Recycling Centre. You should take your energy saving light bulbs to Otterspool too as they contain mercury. But you can save energy by leaving all these items in the labelled tubs in Elspeth's garden at 19 Cheltenham Avenue: she will then take them to Otterspool for you.

Bees caught in sting

Bystanders stopped and stared and took mobile phone pictures, while our intrepid Quaker Burial Ground beekeepers perched precariously up a ladder ...

Yoga for Kids

There's a Monday evening class at Ullet Road Unitarian Church Hall (York Avenue entrance).

Are you part of the local dog-walking community?

All dogs should have been microchipped by 6th April. If yours hasn't been done, your vet can do it or find out more from The Dogs Trust 01514800660.


At our AGM on Monday 16th November, we were delighted to welcome Martin Dobson as our new chair. Many thanks to Dave Cummins and John Garrett - our previous chair and vice-chair - for all the work they've put into TANN.

Discover your creative self!

Find out about the Liverpool Community Arts course which runs at the Unitarian Church Hall.

Renewable Energy Co-op nears target

Fundraising for the new Cooperative announced at TANN’s last meeting on 16th March has now achieved over 65,000 of its initial target of 80,000...

Second Smithdown Road Festival planned for 2016

Street Party organisers will be telling TANN about their plans for the 2016 May Festival...

L8 Superstore Award

The L8 Superstore on Lodge Lane has won the Radio 4 Food Retailer award! Do pay the shop a visit if you are not already a regular customer - the range of goods is absolutely amazing.

Friends of Toxteth Cemetery

This group is seeking to become a charity. One of their aims is to safeguard the cemetery chapel and there are some great photos of it on their facebook page. Their next meeting is scheduled for 28th March - venue to be confirmed.

Sefton Park Meadows included in Strategic Green Spaces Review

Sefton Park Open Gardens

Congratulations to those TANN members and other volunteers who've done such incredible work on the Quaker Burial Ground. It looked great in the sunshine - if only the sunshine had lasted!

Group Acupuncture and Therapy Training at the Eco Offices

As part of the development of the Ullet Road Eco Offices into a therapy and well being centre, a weekly group acupuncture session has been started, using a method called 'Acudetox'. See Read More for further details. Training sessions for a wide range of holistic therapies, suitable for beginner and professional therapists alike, are starting here at the end of April. See Blend Therapy for further details of the therapy and First Aid training on offer. Reiki therapy training is also available here from Beth Hunt

20 mph limits

The area around Greenbank Road / Crawford Road - including Greenbank Road itself - has now been agreed as a 20 mph zone and the signage for this should go up soon. Local councillors are now liaising with Liverpool University on the location for the new pedestrian crossing on Greenbank Road. Councillors have also been lobbying to have North Mossley Hill Road included in the 20 mph zone and consultation letters should have been sent out from Highways to local residents who have until 21st November 2014 to return their responses. There is also an opportunity for residents to reply to the questionnaire online via the following link - For other council news.....

Pilates at the Unitarian Church

From January 2015, the church is hosting weekly Pilates classes on Tuesday evenings. See below for details...

The Quaker Burial Ground Community Garden

Congratulations to the small band of stalwart gardeners who've transformed the Burial Ground in such a short time. The sun shone on their grand opening and there was a lovely turnout of TANN residents to admire the transformation. Soon there'll be bee hives too! If you'd like to get involved in the development of this lovely spot, contact Jan on 07762089728.

Support the Palm House

Back from another lovely event at the Palm House and, as ever, grateful to those who fought so hard to have it restored and re-opened. With your help, the Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust can help keep the building and plant collection maintained and open for visitors and put on the programme of free and heavily subsidised events we all enjoy. Become a Friend: your subscription matters. Become a Volunteer. Assist and greet visitors and tell them about the Palm House at Trust events; give guided tours to both adult and school parties; help collate Friends Packs and large mail-outs; raise awareness of the Palm House. Put a donation in their red post box. If you'd like to know more, email

Dafna remembers ...

One of the area's most iconic shops. Let's have some more local entrepreneurs like her.

Conservation Area Window Rules Decision Deferred Pending Further Report

Lancaster Avenue resident Mike Hogan presented TANN's case for a relaxation of the current window rules at the Regeneration Select Committee meeting on Thursday 13th February...

November Windows Survey shows Avenues houses with sash windows in a minority

55.7% of Avenues houses now have casement windows on their front elevations. A recent survey reports ...


TANN Annual General Meeting took place on Monday 18th November. Dave Cummings was re-elected as Chair, Brenda Henley as Secretary and Hetty Wood as Treasurer - at the next meeting on March 17th we need to plan for her to have some more money to treasure! New faces and ideas always welcome

St.Hilda's School new building

Residents were invited to a 'drop-in' organised jointly by the City Council, the main contractor Morgan Sindall and the lead architect on plans for the new school to be built on the existing site and the adjoining Sefton Grange site. In general, the plans were well accepted though some residents living near the site are concerned about the expansion of the school.

Conservation Rules Update

A written reply (see end of News article) was issued to John Garrett and Mike Hogan attending the Select Committee on Regeneration meeting on Thursday 19th September. The TANN Conservation Rules committee had raised a question on the apparent lack of progress over the joint working party with TANN over Conservation Rules and Energy Saving measures, including the vexed question of sash windows...

Toxteth Cemetery Restoration Campaign

Picton Ward Councillor Tim Beaumont is spearheading a campaign to restore our local cemetery, dating from 1856. Most of the 5 listed buildings, including the beautiful cemetery chapel,and 9 listed funeral monuments, are in need of urgent restoration If you would like to be involved in the campaign contact Tim Beaumont or call him on: 0151-225-2366.The next meeting of the group will take place at 18.00 on Sept. 3rd at Wellington Avenue Methodist Church

City Planning Officers visit Lancaster Avenue

Council planning officers came to Lancaster Avenue for a third meeting with TANN on Conservation Area rules on Wednesday 15th May, the first following agreement on setting up a joint working group with TANN representatives, the city planning department, Christine Darbyshire, the council officer most responsible the City's Green policy, and a Green Deal assessor. Resident Mike Hogan, who was refused permission to replace his bay sash windows with casements, even though most of his neighbours had already gone down this route, had first canvassed the other residents in the street, and found a large majority in favour of a relaxation of the restrictions. Rob Burns, the Urban Design and Heritage Manager, and Peter Hoey, the Senior Conservation Officer, walked up and down the avenue to see the situation for themselves. The other major subject for discussion was on how to implement solid wall insulation in conservation areas like ours, to improve the thermal efficiency of our homes whilst retaining the appearance of the street. It was agreed to bring in both a Green Deal Assessor and a Heritage expert, assess three ‘archetype’ properties in the area, and look at options for reducing fuel costs. Early indications are that a hybrid form of wall insulation may well be recommended – internal at the front (to retain the appearance at the front) and external at the back, sides and outrigger, but much more work needs to be done around suggested detailing around windows, doors and roof lines, and the implications for roofs and rainwater disposal resulting from the thicker walls, as well as ventilation issues. Fuller notes will be published on this meeting in due course. For some background to the discussions, see the minutes of the previous meeting below…

Looking for a new home in South Liverpool?

Just down the road from the Avenues, the Granby Community Land Trust is planning to refurbish the existing unoccupied houses in Beaconsfield, Cairns and Jermyn Streets, and possibly rebuild those in Ducie Street, in partnership with developer H-D Social Investments, a local housing co-op and housing associations Plus Dane and Liverpool Mutual Homes. They are looking for people to move into the four streets, either to rent or buy. If you want to register your interest, or simply keep abreast of developments for the future, then complete the form below and send to Eleanor Lee of the Granby Four Streets Trust at the address given. See link below.

... or how about building your own?

Also, a number of people are trying to get the Council to allocate land for self built eco homes, and have recently been sent maps of potential locations. For further information, email Geoff Cunningham at

Officers re-elected at TANN AGM

All officers were re-elected at the TANN AGM on 19th November - Dave Cummings as chair, Brenda Henley as secretary, Hetty Wood as treasurer and John Garrett as vice chair. Residents discussed a number of local issues, starting with crowd and traffic management at the City Firework display in Sefton Park. A number of residents criticised the positioning of steel barriers around the park which created a risk of pedestrians being crushed, as well as the lack of buses to the event, leading to vehicle gridlock in the Avenues for several hours. Dinah Dossor volunteered to draft a letter to those responsible for City Transport and Events for the TANN secretary to send. Other items discussed were some new alternatives to the Sefton Park perimeter road traffic proposals following the recent consultations, raised by Martin Dobson. On the Conservation Rules discussions with the Cabinet Member and Planning Department, no follow-up meeting date had yet been advised. Laura Robertson-Collins and Mike Hogan would contact the council side. It was reported that a revised planning application had been submitted for the Solna Hotel proposal. The recent closure of local independent food shops was again discussed, though Jan Pell recommened the new Polish Deli opposite Aldi. Fuller minutes will be published in due course.

Conservation Area Questionnaire Results Published

TANN residents living in a conservation area gave their opinion on conservation area rules, energy saving, whether they want to stay in the area and loads besides. For full totals and resident comments, see documents listed in the news item (top right).

Residents challenge Conservation Area rules

A number of Avenues residents planning to replace their front windows have been in correspondence with the city Planning Department over rules insisting they use traditional sash windows. In some cases, they were replacing totally unsuitable windows installed before Conservation Area designation with more compatible ones. Mike Hogan, whose own application was refused, explains 'I am writing this to give my experience, and my own opinions about conservation rules, so that people who live in the area are aware of what they face if they want to do improvement works to their homes ...

Do you know about the Green Deal?

Chilly houses, draughty windows and stratospheric fuel bills.... Is this the price we have to pay for living in the Avenues, so rich in Victorian and Edwardian style, artefacts and stories, and rightly designated as one of the city’s conservation areas? Or can something be done about the cost of staying warm and about the tonnes of carbon dioxide we collectively pump into the sky to do so? Is this where the Green Deal comes in? The Green Deal, a key part of our national commitment to reduce carbon emissions by at least 80% by 2050, is due to start in Autumn 2012 ...

Council Environment Cabinet Member listens to TANN

Tim Moore, council cabinet member for the environment, came to the TANN meeting on 21st March. He outlined what the council was doing around the climate change agenda - investing in skilling the new green jobs through the Community College, supporting the Plus Dane Smart Grid project off Princes Avenue, creating a partnership with MHA to look at insulating and introducing microgeneration in their social housing stock. The council was trying hard to bring the head office of the Green Investment Bank to Liverpool. Residents raised issues such as the need to increase council liaison with voluntary groups like TANN, giving Planning and Conservation a brief in developing energy saving and microgeneration measures suitable for Conservation areas, and spearheading the retrofitting of houses. Use of green space for local food production and a higher level of recycling were also urged, as were more effective measures to deal with severe weather conditions. A fuller report will be available soon.

Can our heritage status help with regeneration?

The latest newsletter from the Liverpool Cultural Heritage Forum states that around 45% of conservation areas in the region do not have an up-to-date character appraisal. This is an essential step in developing management plans which are vital if communities are going to use their historic character as a basis for regeneration. Does our area have one?

Police urge residents to register their property on website

Writing in the April police newsletter for Greenbank ward, Constable Colin Graham urged residents to register their property on this database to assist in the detection and return of stolen property...

Sing-a-long Afternoon - Sefton Park Palm House
The Secret of Kells - Handyman Supermarket, 461 Smithdown Road, L15 3JL
Henry Yates Thompson Dinner - Sefton Park Palm House
Cycling and Recycling - Ullet Road Unitarian Church Hall
Wedding Fayre - Sefton Park Palm House
Hridaya Yoga - Sefton Park Palm House
Jazz Afternoon - Sefton Park Palm House
Hridaya Yoga - Sefton Park Palm House
Merseyaid for Refugees Pub Quiz - Gallagher's, Birkenhead
Liverpool Citizen Advocacy Quiz & Supper Night - St. Bede's Church, Hartington Road / Fern Grove
Pop up in the Palm House - Sefton Park Palm House
Pop up in the Palm House - Sefton Park Palm House
Hridaya Yoga - Sefton Park Palm House
Tea Dance amongst the Palms - Sefton Park Palm House
Hridaya Yoga - Sefton Park Palm House
Art and Craft Market - Lark Lane Community Centre
Art and Craft Market - Lark Lane Community Centre
Parent & Toddler Group
Lark Lane Community Centre
The long established Parent and Toddler group runs at the Old Police Station every Monday and Thursday from 9.30am until 11.30am. It is a great opportunity for parents, carers and toddlers to socialise. Dads are welcome! Fees: 2.50 per session. You don’t need to book, just drop in. Refreshments available at a small cost.
Exploring Materials (Art Class)
Unitarian Church
Starts April 4th, 2016 for 10 weeks. See flyer for details.
Monday Mass
St Clares
Ullet Road Unitarian Church Hall, York Avenue
18.00 - 19.00. 5 per class. For information, contact Jacqueline on 07905 299 408 or email or see fb Jacarter Yoga.
Yoga for Kids
Ullet Road Unitarian Church Hall
18.00- 19.00: Yoga for Kids. Contact Tina on 07522 469486 for more details.
Liverpool String Orchestra
Unitarian Church Hall
Contact Person: Joan Wilson Contact Number: 0151 427 3791 Email: No Email
Strike Dance: Kettlebells
The Belvedere Academy, Liverpool L8 3TF
See website for details
The Big Quiz
The Brook House
Kelly's Quiz Night

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