POSTPONED: We are sorry to say this event has had to be postponed, following new lockdrown restrictions and our commitment to safety. We hope to run them in the new year or when new guidelines permit.
Greg Quiery -author, poet, historian- leads exceptionally researched trails of Liverpool, outlining the influence Irish lives have had here.
One of few physical events in 2020, this two hour walk, popular in recent years, visits the remarkable architecture of the Hope and Rodney Street areas, to discover their connections to the history, politics and culture of Liverpool’s vibrant Irish community. Led by historian Greg Quiery, we advise you book early to avoid disappointment.
Anyone interested in this may also like the City of Hunger; City of Gold walk (Sun 18 Oct) and the Scotland Road walk (24 Oct).
This in an outdoor walk; please be weather prepared, comfortable and hydrated. We will observe Covid-19 regulations as at the date of the walk. Walkers should act responsibly, including wearing a mask in the event streets or locations are busy. We will do all we can to maintain social distancing, but need your active co-operation in this.
This year’s walks are held in memory of Vin Finn, Festival volunteer and Irish community champion.
Donations can be made via this Eventbrite link. All proceeds will go to the work of the Liverpool Irish Festival. Please note any amount you give will include a cost to Eventbrite for making the transaction.
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