Gaia

Half term activities

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Looking for something to do this May half term in Liverpool?

Monday 27 May

Liverpool Cathedral – Gaia, stunning new artwork called ‘Gaia’ – meaning the personification of the earth is available to view at Liverpool Cathedral from 13:00 – 22:30

Storytelling is taking place at:

  • 13:00
  • 14:15
  • 15:00
  • 15:45

For more information visit The River Festival website

Tuesday 28 May 

Central Library – Master Magician, Barrington Powell, is back with more madness, mayhem and magic. Sessions are taking place at:

  • 11.30am-12noon
  • 1pm-1.30pm
  • 1.45pm-2.15pm
  • 2.30pm-3pm

Free to attend, no need to book and children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Further information visit Liverpool.gov/libraries

Wednesday 29 May

Croxteth Family Fun Day – Our Lady of St Swithin’s Primary School, 12-2pm. Join in with Story Time, arts and crafts, Bookstart Boogie, outdoor play and a snack. 

Where: Our Lady of St Swithin’s Primary School, Parkstile Lane, L11 0BQ 12-2pm


‘Our Anfield’, Community Celebration Event, Anfield Children’s Centre, 1pm-3pm, music, party games, food, entertainers, arts and crafts, face painting, camp fire, sport and much more

Where: Anfield Children’s Centre, Oakfield, Anfield, Liverpool L4 2QG


West Derby Library – Shared reading group, 11am – 12.30pm

Where: West Derby Road, L13 7HQ.



Thursday 30 May 

Fazakerley Family Fun Day – Fazakerley Children’s Centre, 11am -1pm. Join in with story time, arts and crafts, Bookstart boogie, outdoor play. Please come along with a healthy lunch.  

Where: Fazakerley Children’s Centre, Barlows Lane, L9 9EH


Pop up play at Stanley Park – Free yoga, storytelling, crafts and games for children aged 4-11 at 1pm -3:30 pm.

Where: Stanley Park, Children’s Play Area

Friday 31 May

Central Library, Andy Green, fun-filled show. Don’t miss this! Sessions are taking place at:

  • 11.30am-12noon
  • 1-1.30pm
  • 1.45pm-2.15pm
  • 2.30pm-3pm

Free to attend, no need to book and children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Further information visit Liverpool.gov/libraries


Pop up play at Stanley Park – Free yoga, storytelling, crafts and games for children aged 4-11 at 1pm -3:30 pm.

Where: Stanley Park, Children’s Play Area


Lifestyles activities

This half term four Lifestyles centres have a wide range of activities taking place. All information including times and pricing is available on the Activ8 website.  

Don’t forget, all children under 8 years swim free at Lifestyles, but please note that the number of adult to child ratio’s do apply. For more information visit the Lifestyles website.

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