Author: Jess Molyneux

Bounce back from your library all-nighters at Liverpool’s first trampoline park

As students, we are constantly gearing ourselves towards the next chapter, whether it’s a Masters degree, or that first step towards your dream career; do you ever wish that you could rewind back to your childhood? Well now you can let your inner child spring into action at Liverpool’s first trampoline park. Opened in 2016, Spring City is quickly becoming one of the cities most popular and talked about attractions. Located in Brunswick Dock near the Century Building on the waterfront, the transformed warehouse offers access to around 100 trampolines. The main trampoline area plays host to 49 flat bed...

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Cocktail Club to be hosted by the Guild

Ever fancied yourself as a James Bond or Carrie Bradshaw? Well now you can embody your inner cocktail-loving self at affordable student prices. We’re at that point in the semester where deadlines are looming and exams are fast approaching; so why not get in to the summer spirit with some pre-studying spirits? Transforming the Courtyard into an exclusive Cocktail Club, The Guild is offering a choice of 8 classic cocktails over four days, and best of all – they’re only £4 each. From the 2nd to the 5th May, kicking off at 4pm, you can grab some much loved cocktail favourites,...

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What’s On: St. Patrick’s Day 2017

Grab a Guinness and sport some shamrock as Liverpool gears up for St. Paddy’s day festivities. Celebrated annually on 17th March, St. Patrick’s Day is the cultural celebration of the patron saint of Ireland, St Patrick, and is a majorly popular event to be a part of in Liverpool. With historical ties to the Emerald Isle, and many scousers having Irish ancestry, the city centre is expected to be packed with locals, students and tourists heading to multiple events. If you’re interested in Liverpool’s celebrations, why not work your way down to the city centre, as the second annual...

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Wall Collapse leaves Liverpool Lime Street station out of service

Liverpool Lime Street Station has urged commuters to find alternative routes after a wall collapse has affected overhead networking. At around 5.30pm on Tuesday, mainline services in and out of Lime Street were suspended or cancelled after rubble and debris brought down overhead power lines between Lime Street and Edge Hill stations. Reportedly, a number of passengers were left stranded on trains for hours. Some were even evacuated and escorted down the tracks by police, fire and ambulance crews. Network Rail engineers are currently working to remove piles of bricks and rubble that is seen to cover tracks, which...

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Liverpool revealed as UK’s kindest city

Did you know that you’re living in the kindest city in the UK? Scousers have recently been voted the kindest people in the UK, after research conducted by Travelodge suggests 48 per cent of Liverpudlians perform acts of kindness on a regular basis. Beating the national average by more than double, this award doesn’t come as a shock to the people of Liverpool, as the city is well known for its close community, attractive culture and inviting atmosphere. Being previously awarded this title in 2010 and 2011, Liverpool is evidently established as a welcoming social hub for its locals,...

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