Thursday, August 6, 2020

Welcome to My Planet Liverpool’s Online edition for July 2020. Enjoy!

Photo credit: Joel Jelen Ubiquity Welcome to inspired interiors, the beauty of our incredible parks, delicious dining plus the companies, organisations, experiences and personalities that...

Liverpool’s Very Hospitable Offer Returns…

City Council and Four Square helping hospitality get back on its feet ROAD closures, pop up parks, architecturally designed furniture, a business grant scheme and...

Nicholson Place completion marks conclusion to acclaimed regeneration scheme for St Helens

The Nicholson Group has revealed its completion of a once derelict area of St Helens Town Centre that is now home to 46 residents and 6 local...

John Bullock helping people get in work ‘flow’ again with Pain Point Coach courses

In the world of work, there are many people going back in June for the first time in three months and others are starting...

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Liverpool The Early Years

Liverpool The Early Years

A conjectural impression of how Liverpool’s waterfront may have looked in 1680 In the early days of England’s recorded history, all our little fishing...
Blackie the War Horse

Blackie the War Horse

Researched and Written by Mike Royden - www.roydenhistory.co.uk In the north-west corner of the western field fronting the Higher Road RSPCA Liverpool Animal Centre (known...
LIVERPOOL WOMEN OF RENOWN

LIVERPOOL WOMEN OF RENOWN

In 2018 we celebrated the 100th anniversary of the first women winning the right to vote and My Planet Liverpool featured some of the...
In My Liverpool Home

In My Liverpool Home

This feature is kindly sponsored by Dartswift International Ltd. Proud of Liverpool’s heritage. SEFTON PARK PALM HOUSE When visiting Sefton Park you cannot fail to notice the...
Liverpool The Early Years

Liverpool The Early Years