Covid-19 Update

***COVID -19. We have undertaken a risk assessment to qualify for Visit Britain’s “Good to Go” industry standard. In these unsettled times we are working hard and following guidance to make sure that we can safely welcome visitors going forwards. The...

Street name and Slavery debate Liverpool

Some thought on the street sign debate… as a Tour guide we use the things around us to explain history. Street signs in Liverpool that bear the name or link to slave traders or merchants who benefited from the slave trade being an example. There are many in...

Maternity Leave, April 2018

Well my big news is from now until the end of the year (2018) I will be on maternity leave expecting baby number two. Sorry you haven’t heard from me much in a while but I kept myself busy last season with genning up my knowledge on the Beatles and developing...

Titanic Memorial

On this day  in 1912 ‪Titanic sank on her maiden voyage, 15th April 1912. The ‘Memorial to the Engine Room Heroes’ commonly known as The Titanic memorial by William Goscombe John at the Pier head states “The brave do not die, their deeds live forever...

Buggy Tours 2016

Buggy Tours, Summer 2016 New Waterfront route added  After an enjoyable first season of buggy tours they are back with more dates and a new route.  Jackson will hopefully be there for his starring role again too.  Get out into the fresh air with guided tours aimed at...

Guided Buggy Tours

Experience Liverpool Buggy Tours coming Summer 2015  As a new Mum myself I’m often looking for things to do with my little one so I decided to lead some guided tours specifically aimed at adults but designed especially for those bringing little ones in buggies...
Dazzle Ship – Liverpool

Dazzle Ship – Liverpool

You may have noticed a striped ship located in one of the graving docks in Liverpool close to the Museum of Liverpool.   Liverpool Biennial, Tate Liverpool and 14-18 NOW  (a cultural programme taking place across the UK to mark the centenary of the First World War)...

Printing.com

Who says you never win anything?…people who don’t enter competitions!  Last year I got some business cards from printing.com and was very impressed with the results.  This year they ran a positive outlook survey of local businesses on the back of news...
The Mole of Edge Hill

The Mole of Edge Hill

Today (10th March) in 1769 Joseph Williamson was born.  He would come to be known as both the ‘King of Edge Hill’ and the ‘Mole of Edge Hill’ for his labyrinth of underground tunnels that he had constructed in Liverpool.  Various theories as to...