Sefton Park will welcome back its resident summer market to the Palm House this August.
‘Pop-up in the Palm House’ is making a return to the park after over a year of absence.
The market usually takes over the Palm House twice a year, once in the summertime and again in the winter months.
However, the upcoming summer edition marks the market’s first in-person event for over a year, having had to operate only online during 2020 due to the pandemic.
Pop-up in the Palm House features a host of independent traders from across the north, giving local artists, makers and creatives a chance to showcase their products.
Traders this year include Root house plants, baker Mon Petit Chou, and illustrator Christopher Walster.
Alongside the opportunity to purchase unique items, food and drink will be on offer, and live music performances will take place throughout the day.
The market will take place at the Palm House at Sefton Park, kicking off on Friday, August 13 at 2pm until late.
The pop-up will also take place Saturday, August 14 and Sunday, August 15, starting at 10.30am and finishing at 6pm on both of these days.
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