Strawberry Field … Forever!

Strawberry Field opens to the public tomorrow and we can’t wait! We’ve been lucky enough to attend several of the preview events and we are delighted to be able to share some photos of Strawberry Field with you today!

Let us take you down …

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Work is still in progress in the gardens, but already you can feel the beauty and wonder of the grounds. No wonder John loved playing here as a child!

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All the pathways at Strawberry Field are fully wheelchair accessible.
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Strawberry Field: bringing hope to young adults through the Steps to Work programme

The cafe is open to all, and serves wonderful food! All the money raised at Srawberry Field, in the cafe or the shop, goes towards the Steps to Work programme, which provides specialist training for young adults that will enable them to live full and independent lives. There is no better cause in our opinion!

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The visitor experience tells the story of Strawberry Field, the Salvation Army, and John Lennon’s love for the place.

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The John Lennon mosaic in the Visitor Experience

In the grounds at Strawberry Field are several raised beds growing strawberries … of course!! Strawberry jam can be bought in the shop, and will feature in the yummy products available in the cafe!

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Major Allister Versfeld, Mission Development Officer and Captain Louise Brown, Fresh Expression Leader

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Visitors can travel from Liverpool to Strawberry Field via minibus!

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Strawberry Field

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For more information on the fantastic work being done at Strawberry Field, and to book tickets for the visitor experience, visit https://www.strawberryfieldliverpool.com/

For more photos of Strawberry Field, see our album on flickr!

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2 thoughts on “Strawberry Field … Forever!

    • donnaj25 says:

      Sorry, we don’t know the answer the that. I didn’t see them today. I’m sure if you contact the people at Strawberry Field, they’ll be able to help you.

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