This is a big event in every sense, and Liverpool City Council's Culture Liverpool team want to make sure as many people as possible get involved in the run up, during and after the show.


They are working in partnership with other council teams and external organisations to deliver an education and participation programme that aims to bring together the entire city in memory of the events which took place between 1914 and 1918.


If you are planning on organising an event to coincide with the commemorations, please download the form and email it back to us.    


Pupils, teachers and parents at Lister Infants are extremely excited to welcome the giants to Newsham Park on Friday 25th July. They are proud of Tuebrook and want to make sure Newsham Park looks its best. Dobbie’s Garden Centres kindly donated plants and Year 2 pupils have been digging and planting the bed to create a blooming display fit for giants. The school have been holding lessons on WW1 and have produced a display dedicated to Grandmothers s and how important they are.
Jan Davis the Head Teacher of Lister infants said the giants visit ‘has motivated the community into action’ the school has the motto ‘respect for all, learners for life’ she hopes by involving the pupils in making the park blossom, it will spark a life-long  interest in their local environment.
For more information on Lister Infants visit their web-site

Lister Infants create a flower bed