Following government advice that people in England who are unable to work from home should return to work and increased social distancing measures on public transport, Arriva will be increasing most timetables in Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Halton from Sunday 31 May.
Liverpool Hope University and Liverpool’s Royal Court Theatre have taken the difficult decision to postpone the Liverpool Hope Playwriting Prize by twelve months.
Liverpool BID Company and Marketing Liverpool hosted their 3rd Liverpool Visitor Economy Panel on Thursday 28 May 12-1pm, with a panel of experts from a range of different specialisms.
The Government have put together a range of support and guidance for businesses who have been affected by coronavirus. You can now watch videos and register for free webinars to learn more about the support available to help you deal with the economic impacts of COVID-19.
The Medicash Foundation, the charitable arm of leading Liverpool-based health insurer Medicash, has stepped in to donate £100,000 of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for the region’s frontline workers.
Liverpool has just become cleaner and greener thanks to the installation of a ‘living green wall’ on the exterior of St Johns Shopping Centre.
VisitLiverpool want to get Liverpool’s visitor economy back on its feet as quickly as possible in order to welcome back visitors to experience Liverpool’s amazing culture, retail, attractions and restaurants. Taking the time to complete the survey will help VisitLiverpool plan for the future and by getting local people’s views will help get the visitor economy up and running again.
Following the extension of the lockdown period, Liverpool’s Royal Court will be postponing the run of Mam I’m Ere until next year. The new dates for the show will be 25 June to 24 July 2021. They will also be cancelling Girls Don’t Play Guitars as there is no room for that in 2021 and they don’t want to postpone until 2022.