Wirral Earth Festival 2019

Wirral Earth Festival returns for it’s seventh edition of Earth and People friendly activities! Expect the same mix of live music, storytelling, stalls from makers and interest groups, food, drink and more! For more details please contact us on wirralearthfest@gmail.com or visit us on Facebook, (‘Wirral Earth Festival’). Entry is by suggested donation of £3+ per person to support the festival’s longevity. Please support our Just Giving page with a donation if you can:


Crosby Beach Clean

*This Beach Clean event takes place on a Saturday* running between 10:30am and 12:30pm. We meet on the promenade below the Crosby Baths to collect equipment and for a short briefing. If it is very wet, meet under the canopy of the Baths.

St Helens Armed Forces Day

St Helens Armed Forces Day

Live Music including the Lancashire Artillery Pipes & Drums Band, Military Parade*, Displays, Modern and Vintage Military Vehicles, Interactive Workshops, Arts, Crafts, Climbing Wall, Assault Course, Funfair and much more!

* Parade at 12 noon

Pollinator ID Workshop

Participants required for MPhil research project on community engagement with urban green space around Liverpool.

  • I am looking for a group of volunteers to join me in Sefton Park where I will be
    running a citizen science activity based around pollinators!
  • An opportunity to learn about the ecology of Sefton Park, and what might be
    impacting it now and into the future.
  • Age 18+ – participants must be able to understand and fill in surveys but feel free to bring along children to join in for fun.
  • I am researching the role of social learning about wildlife in urban settings.
  • Liverpool City Council have expressed an interest in using the data obtained for a
    project about improving green space called URBAN Green UP.

Sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pollinator-id-workshop-in-sefton-park-tickets-60194150324

Blossom Day

This event is one of the annual open days while the orchard of heritage and rare local varieties of apples, plums, pears, hazels and damsons are in bloom.
It’s an opportunity to enjoy the sights and scents of a traditional orchard. It has been maintained by Wirral Tree Wardens, Wirral Wildlife and friends as a resource to encourage community orchards and offer free swapping of orchard skills – pruning, grafting, harvesting, cooking and juice-making.