News and stories relevant for Liverpool BID members.
Liverpool city centre footfall – Week 45 – 6-11 Nov – 2017
Liverpool City Council is set to expand its traffic warden team by a more than a third as part of a major clampdown on illegal parking and abuse of blue badges.
Dot-art Schools is now welcoming applications from schools in the Liverpool City region and Cheshire to showcase the artistic skills of Year 5 and Year 9 students. Registration is open until Christmas for mainstream and Special Educational Needs schools to sign up for the highly anticipated 2017-2018 art competition.
Due to continued cuts to the arts curriculum in schools, more and more children and young people are not being offered the chance of a rounded, creative education.
Internationally renowned companies, literary classics and comedy stars light up Playhouse spring 2018 season
A hugely popular Everyman & Playhouse co-production flies home from the West End as the stage adaptation of Khaled Hosseini’s international bestseller The Kite Runner (27 February – 3 March) returns to the Playhouse.
An extraordinary display of light and sound will transform Liverpool’s Bold Street and Castle Street this Christmas, leaving visitors amazed and transfixed!
Liverpool city centre footfall – Week 44 – 30 Oct - 5 Nov – 2017
Orega is still welcoming #StartMeUp Pitch entries as 10 November deadline approaches.
The Bluecoat Online Fundraising Art Auction is now live, giving you the chance to bid on 54 original artworks by contemporary artists including Derek Boshier, Sonia Boyce, Jeremy Deller, John Monks, Yoko Ono, The Singh Twins and Yinka Shonibare MBE. This stunning array of paintings, prints and sculptures has been kindly donated by artists whom Bluecoat has worked with over the years.
Family dynamics are fast-changing in modern UK society, with a number of new issues emerging that can have enormous and often challenging implications for the legal sector.