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Staff have the opportunity to sample a range of festive delights across campus this Christmas.
To celebrate the festive season a range of menus have been designed to meet all budgets.
Those who wish to dine in Victorian splendour can visit the Victoria Gallery & Museum from the 7 -21 December, where two courses are £14.95 or three courses are £16.95. To make a booking contact 0151 794 2348 or email@example.com.
To celebrate Christmas without blowing their budget, staff can head to No 5 Abercromby Square where three courses for £10.50 per head. For more information or to make a booking visit www.liv.ac.uk/educatering or call 0151 794 2328.
The campus cafés will also be offering Christmas treats throughout December, including a mince pie and fresh coffee for £1.50. The Augustus John pub, which now serves pizzas daily, will be offering a Christmas special comprising a 12″ pizza to share and two Peroni for £9.75.
To add some sparkle to meetings that are being held in December the Foresight Centre is offering a festive meeting package at the Foresight Centre from £28.00pp.
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