By Megan Stringer A school in West Derby has opened a cafe ran by students with special needs, to encourage them to acquire skills which will help them gain key work experience to help with employment in the future. The cafe aims to break down barriers about people with special needs, and to make people realise everyone has a role in the workplace, regardless of … Continue reading West Derby school open cafe to help their students with special needs gain key work experience
By Maëlle Fontaine Another vegan special is back at the Baltic market this Sunday. With dozens of street food traders attending the event you do not have to be vegan to enjoy it : vegan peanut butter brownies, bagels, garden burgers or falafel wraps, there is something for everyone. The bar also offers a range of different vegan beers and wines. Doors open at 11am and … Continue reading Super Sunday Vegan special at the Baltic Market
By Ana Madureira
Sanskruti in Bixteth Street was named among of the best 50 vegan-friendly restaurants in the World. Continue reading Liverpool restaurant named one of the best in the world
By Faye Wasilowski. Furnivals Well and its upstairs restaurant Bitter Social are to host the quirky Champagne and oyster event in one of the UK’s oldest public police stations. The bar, situated in Ropewalks, was once home to Charles Dickens, with the event a nod to its Victorian past. With three menus to choose from, this Valentine’s Day will be like no other. … Continue reading Champagne and oysters event to be held in old police station
By Daniel Williams
A cheese festival celebrating 30 years of Wallace and Gromit is to visit Liverpool this March.
Cheesefest UK, a touring cheese festival, is set to bring their nationwide tour to Exhibition Centre Liverpool on March 23. Continue reading ‘Cracking’ Wallace and Gromit cheese festival to visit Liverpool
By Maelle Fontaine
Liverpool’s famous Food and Drink Festival has been cancelled.
The company usually running the event, SK events, declared that they had to call off the festival due to high running costs. Continue reading No Food and Drink Festival for Liverpool in 2019
By Megan Stringer
Whether you’re going out with your bae, or with the girls, there’s an array of things to do in Liverpool this Valentine’s Day.
From beauty workshops to a secret dining club, there’s plenty you can choose from.
Mersey Mash have rounded up the best things to do in and around Liverpool this Valentine’s week.
By Sarah Almond Plant-based foods seem to be making a massive impact recently, with more businesses vowing to be vegan-friendly, and more vegan restaurants popping up in and around our city. Popular restaurant, Maray, boasts a selection of hearty vegan foods, and still talks about expanding their menu for non-meat eaters. ‘Veganuary’ is a pledge that people all across the globe are taking to cut … Continue reading Veganuary in Liverpool: A Fad or Ongoing Trend?