St Peter’s Church and Strawberry Field

St Peter’s Church has supported the redevelopment plans for Strawberry Field from the very beginning, and we are all so excited to see the work underway!

We are also delighted to welcome the Salvation Army to St Peter’s Church Hall for International Beatle Week.

This is a great opportunity to come along, chat to some of the people most involved with the project, see the display showing the current progress and future plans, pick up leaflets on the project, and show your support by buying some of the exclusive Strawberry Field merchandise!

Opening times:

Let’s help to Open the Gates!  It matters to St Peter’s Church too.

For more information on the Strawberry Field development, visit the official website HERE

Ground Breaking Ceremony at Strawberry Field

St Peter’s Church has supported the redevelopment at Strawberry Field from the very beginning of the project, and it was a privilege to attend the formal Ground Breaking ceremony today (July 31).

Major Roger Batt, Lady Judy Martin, Julia Baird and Cliff Cooper cutting the celebration cake at today’s Ground Breaking ceremony.

Julia Baird, Honorary President of the Strawberry Field project, and Lady Judy Martin and Cliff Cooper, project patrons, led the celebrations, with the legendary Mike McCartney capturing the event for posterity with his trusty Nikon camera!

Although not in Mike’s league, some of our photos from today’s ceremony can be seen below:
Ground Breaking Ceremony, Strawberry Field//

Beatles fans, supporters of Strawberry Field and the vision for young adults with learning disabilities can back the redevelopment by visiting . The website includes information on how to donate to the project, as well as exclusive Strawberry Field merchandise including limited edition bricks from the original Salvation Army children’s home as well as t-shirts, mugs and much more for Beatles and Strawberry Field fans.


Woolton in Bloom Official Calendar

How about this for a fabulous idea for a stocking filler for Christmas this year?  Or a perfect gift to send to friends?

We at St Peter’s are delighted that the 60th anniversary of the day that John met Paul at the St Peter’s Church fete was chosen by Woolton in Bloom as the central theme for their calendar this year.  Photos from the celebrations, as well as from the Pepper50 celebrations, including the fabulous fireworks in Camphill Park, and other Beatle-related locations in Woolton, feature on this year’s calendar.

The official Woolton in Bloom calendar is only £5.00 and can be bought from the Woolton in Bloom stall at the monthly Farmer’s Market or Browns Newsagents in Woolton village, as well as from the Beatles Shop in Mathew Street!

If you’d like to support the work of Woolton in Bloom by buying one of these lovely calendars, but can’t manage to visit any of the stockists listed above, please contact the WIB committee by using the contact form on their website — click HERE — and they will try to help.

All the costs of keeping Woolton village blooming, and beautiful for residents and visitors alike, is completely funded by WIB; they do not receive any help from the city council.  The sales from the annual calendar forms the basis of their fund-raising efforts, so please buy one if you can!

Woolton in Bloom is a registered charity run by volunteers and dedicated to keeping the village of Woolton, in Liverpool, blooming all year round.  The society was founded in 2000 by a group of residents keen to improve and enhance the village.  WIB has competed successfully in the annual RHS Britain in Bloom competitions, originally on a local North West level progressing to the National level were they were Gold Medal winners.  In 2014 they were invited to take part in the Champion of Champions competition and were awarded a Gold medal!  And every year they work tirelessly to ensure that Woolton looks fabulous for residents and visitors alike!

Please consider supporting the great work done by the volunteers of Woolton In Bloom!

Buy your calendar now!