Ed’s Place, the pop-up space in the former George Henry Lee building supported by the University of Liverpool and local social enterprise, PLACED, has a number of events and activities planned which aim to bring people together to reimagine the city centre.
Ed’s Place runs until 23 September and the public can contribute to an exhibition about the city centre, submit their own ideas and suggestions for improving areas of the city and take part in a range of organised activities.
A tour of the city centre, led by Ronni Hughes, which will explore the city’s breathing spaces – these are the places, sometimes public squares and sometimes just places in between others, where people can sit a while, breathe, reflect, watch people go by, check phones, talk to friends or maybe even eat the lunch we’ve brought with us. Starts 3pm, free to join.
A debate about Liverpool city centre – the public spaces, the potential, the changes people would like to see, the things people love. Questions are set by the audience and panel members change every ten minutes. You can participate as a panel member or as an audience member and you can submit a question.
Join the discussion about green spaces and greenery in the city with a creative workshop. Book your place here
Afternoon Tea whilst sharing memories and stories of George Henry Lee as a bustling department store. Food provided by Happy Go Cooking with dancing afterwards from Ronald McDonald House. Book your place here.
Games, crafts and plenty of fun for everyone, along with Crotchet Chatter.
Share memories and stories over a cup of tea.
Shared Reading taster session.
A tour with a difference, this running tour led by Dr Sam Hayes in the University’s School of Environmental Sciences, involves a gentle run around some of Liverpool’s public squares and green spaces.
Two drop in creative workshops looking at how to make the city centre a better place to live.
11.30am – 1.00pm Over 55’s and 1.30 – 4pm Family event
Games, crafts and plenty of fun for everyone.
You can download a programme here. For further information including registering for events, visit this webpage.
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