Thousands of visitors flocked to Sefton Park this weekend (28 – 29 April) to enjoy the celebrations at Liverpool Spring Festival.
As part of the pop-up event, there was a giant outdoor food court serving international street food as well as stalls dedicated to craft beers, artisan gins, Prosecco and speciality coffees.
During the weekend, visitors had an opportunity to check out some of Merseyside’s top local independent businesses at the festival’s artisan markets. There were also workshops and masterclasses on everything from gardening and growing your own vegetables to yoga and
vegan and vegetarian cooking.
Youngsters enjoyed a weekend of family fun and entertainment with vintage fairground rides, pizza making, storytelling sessions, arts and crafts, donkey rides, birds of prey and an entertaining sheep show.
Isabella Kantor, Liverpool Spring Festival Event Manager, said: “A big thank you to everyone who came along to Liverpool Spring Festival at the weekend. There was a fantastic atmosphere and it was great to see so many people enjoying the fun.
“We’re looking forward to returning to Sefton Park in September with Liverpool Food and Drink Festival.”
Liverpool Food and Drink Festival is set to take place in Sefton Park from 15-16 September.