5 Scouse Tweets from an epic weekend in Liverpool
Liven up your Monday commute with the best of the Liverpool weekend events in 5 tweets.
Christmas preparations got into full swing across the weekend in Liverpool as ice festivals, traditional markets and late night shopping begins and alongside a huge city-wide win, we take a little trip down memory lane…..or is that Hope Street?
Here’s 5 Scouse tweets that summed up the weekend in Liverpool….
1 – Bearrrrrilliant fun as the Liverpool Christmas Ice Festival returns
Feeling festive at The Ice Festival real polar bear too 👀👀 Honest Guv ❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/5DyXC5Qt6L
— Simon Ross (@rossie7dj) November 18, 2017
It looks like we’re not the only fans of the fantastic Liverpool Christmas Ice festival which has returned to the Pier Head for family, festive fun this winter. Radio City 2 breakfast presenter, Rossi snuggled up to a polar bear with his family. All the Liverpool Christmas Ice Festival info you need here.
2 – Steps partied hard at the Echo Arena
— Steps (@OfficialSteps) November 18, 2017
As if reliving our misspent youth watching the mighty 5-some that is Steps perform live in our own backyard wasn’t enough, The Vengaboys chipped in as the support act too. We busted moves we thought we’d long forgotten and sang like it was 1998. Kudos Steps, that was one hell of a gig!
3 – The s*n has set on Sainsbury’s
The s*n has set on @sainsburys in #Liverpool, all local and superstores will no longer be stocking that rag! The ball is rolling and united we will achieve a #TotalEclipseOfTheSun ⛔️🔆👊🏻 pic.twitter.com/nkvtI4QjWP
— TotalEclipseOfThes*n (@totaleclipse96) November 19, 2017
The weekend in Liverpool was toasted with a mighty cheer as it was revealed that supermarket, Sainsbury’s has now stopped selling The s*n in all of its Liverpool stores. Follow @TotalEclipseofthes*n on Twitter to join the campaign.
4 – A Winter Wonderland awaits at the Christmas Markets at St George’s Hall
— St George’s Hall (@SGHLpool) November 17, 2017
Ready to kick-start the festive season in Liverpool? Get yourself to St George’s Hall and check out the Christmas Market, complete with mulled wine, twinkly lights, great music and lovely atmosphere. Plan your visit here.
5 – Candid Lennon pic takes us back…
John Lennon on Hope Street during his time at art school. Liverpool pic.twitter.com/Q7K4xzimCW
— AngelCakeLIVERPOOL (@angelcakephotos) November 17, 2017
We love nothing more than flicking through old photies and this candid pic of a young, carefree looking John Lennon, snapped on Hope Street made us properly smile. Those were the days eh?