Have you got some spare time on Monday 9th August?
If you have, head down to Williamson Square in Liverpool City Centre anytime between 9am and 5pm to a celebratory event of Liverpool community services.
The impact of lockdown cannot be under-estimated. Alongside the ongoing battle to protect each other from the virus, support for social, mental health, and financial issues is now more needed than ever.
We know that people’s mental health deteriorated during lockdown; loneliness increased; adults and children became more vulnerable to abuse with nowhere to escape to, and largely, no one to tell; and for many there has been a devastating financial impact.
The celebratory street event is to showcase some of the different services available within the Liverpool region that are there to support us.
Not only will the event raise awareness, promote services, and showcase the work achieved during lockdown, but it will also celebrate the end of tough restrictions and the importance of community.
Entertainment will be provided throughout the day by local businesses, artists, and inspiring people, all of whom wish to volunteer their time to raise awareness and provide a fun day for people in the city.
We hope to see you there!