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Welcome to our Virtual Hub

Updated 28th September:

Hi everyone, here you’ll find Hub photographs from the past year right up to current activity, how we are supporting and connecting with one another right now and helpful local contact information.

Community Support 

We are supporting one another through: friendly telephone calls, collecting shopping and prescriptions, transporting emergency food, by praying for people and by baking and delivering cake.  To Volunteer to help or request support for yourself or someone else, please email Jen on [email protected] with your best contact number.  If the request is urgent, please leave a message on the Hub phone 0151 428 6810 and a member of staff will contact you.

Keep connected

Tea & tales Zooms every Monday 11.30am-12.45pm & WhatsApp group – organised by June Travis

Mum’s Lyfe group WhatsApp group & Zooms some Mondays 8.45-10pm – organised by Jen Radford

Knit & Natter WhatsApp group – organised by Morfa Donnelly

Hub Coffee & chat Zooms on Wednesday 11am-12noon – all welcome, send any web links & pics ahead to share – organised by Jen Radford

Hub Volunteers’ WhatsApp group – providing infrequent information and useful links only – organised by Jen Radford

For further information or to join any of these groups, email Jen Radford on [email protected]


Local Parks and Woodlands

  • Clarkes Gardens

Thanks to Dave Baker, Amanda Moorhead and Morfa Donnelly for these pictures.  Can you help us expand our slideshow with an attractive pic of somewhere else nearby?


Helpful local contact information

Salvation Army @ Strawberry Field’s telephone support 0151 252 6130

The Reader, Calderstone’s Park free soups  [email protected]

Housing advice from The Whitechapel Centre 0151 207 7617

Trussell Trust South Liverpool Foodbank  07760 718640  [email protected]

Liverpool City Council Covid-19 helpline 0151 233 3066

For additional local information and signposting, email Jen on [email protected]  If I don’t know I’ll do my best to find out


Hub crafts and knits before and during the lockdown