Are you a keen social media / web editor?
Could you volunteer to spare two or three hours a week to help us update our website and facebook page?
We need some help to keep up to date with the vast number of activities at Lark Lane Community Centre and update our WordPress website. Our current webmaster has just started a full time course and is therefore not able to maintain the site on her own. We would welcome a volunteer to help gather all the news from the Community Centre (the old Police Station) edit and eventually take over administrating the site.
The role will require researching and keeping in touch with the tenants and organisations at the Centre to find out their events and news, and then posting relevant articles and pages on our website.
Knowledge of using WordPress is essential. Other requirements are a friendly nature and bags of enthusiasm!
Please note this is a voluntary, unpaid role with minimal supervision, but will hopefully be interesting and rewarding, whilst benefiting the local community of the Lark Lane area and St Michael’s.
The very popular Lark Lane Pottery classes, located in the old cells at the Old Police Station (Lark Lane Community Centre) now has a booking system! This should make it easier to book a class in advance and avoid disappointment due to high demand.
The booking system is managed through a separate website: Lark Lane Pottery. Please click here to visit the website for more information on what’s involved and to book a class (this will direct you to the external website).
John Parker is also now assisted by John Ayling to run the classes.
The fee is £12 per 2-hour session. You can ‘pay as you go’.
The price charged for finished ware is 25p per item plus £1 per pound in weight.
Class Times are as follows (Beginners classes are in bold type):
Wednesday 10am – 12pm and 1-3pm
Saturday 12-2pm and 3-5pm
You can contact John Parker on 07817 976 422 to find out more, and visit the Lark Lane Pottery facebook page.
Makers Market @ Lark Lane’s Old Police station on Sunday 1st April and on the first Sunday of every month throughout the year.
All unique handcrafted items and art are the work of the stallholder themselves.
Why buy mass produced tat when you can support local businesses and have something original, often with low carbon footprint ?
There will be the usual excellent pop up vintage tea room offering an oasis of civilisation amidst the china sups and saucers, embroidered tablecloths and home made cakes
Mrs B’s Vintage Teas knows how to do it
You know you want to… and with free entry and a chilled Easter
Sunday afternoon stretching out ahead of you…. you know you should!
Open 11am to 5pm. See you there.
Liverpool’s first marathon of wellbeing events is being held this Sunday 27th August with a mass meditation being held at the Bombed Out Church at 7pm.
We’re planning an eclectic mix of handmade fabulousness with free entry and a pop up vintage tea room.
All enquiries for stalls please via our Facebook page TeenyTiny Shinies