We may not be able to visit the stunning Grade II* listed Sefton Park Palm House right now, but we can still enjoy it from the comfort of our own homes!
From online Salsa lessons to story-time, we’ve put together a list of all the things Sefton Park Palm House are doing online to keep you active, engaged and entertained!
Every Monday evening the team at Sefton Park Palm House will be holding virtual Salsa classes – no experience necessary! Head to their Facebook page to find out more.
Every Monday at 11am, Irene from Liverpool Libraries takes over the Palm House Facebook to host a live story and rhyme time session. Perfect for the kids! Head to their Facebook page to find out more.
Colin, Sefton Park Palm House’s horticultural expert, gives his tips every Friday for anyone who will be getting stuck into some weekend gardening. Head to their Facebook page to find out more.
The Palm Readers
The first ever Palm House Book Club has begun! Join the Facebook group by clicking here and get involved with all things books.
Yarns in the Palms
The first Palm House Knitting Group has started! The group have already made their first donation to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital – head bands to stop the facemasks worn by medical staff hurting them. Get involved and join the group here.
Naomi, Events Coordinator at the Palm House, has been giving drawing tutorials over on YouTube. The first being a view from a window as we are all looking out our home windows more than ever! Take a look here.
Su, who leads the Palm House Choir and sing-a-long afternoon, has been doing live sing-a-longs! Ben, the security guard, has become quite the singing security hit! Head to their Facebook page to find out more.
Health & Wellbeing
The Palm House is usually home to many health sessions such as yoga, meditation and healthiness. Although they can’t take place in person, they’ve been happening virtually. Check them out!
Keep up to date with the latest happenings at Sefton Park Palm House by visiting their Facebook page.
Enjoy and stay safe!