Tuesday 21 March 2017, 10am-4pm – The Florrie, Mill Street, Liverpool, L8 4RF.
Liverpool as a city has a great cultural background and a long history of welcoming people from far and wide. Recently due to the decision of Brexit and other issues around the world, there is concern of racial hatred and discrimination escalating.
Liverpool Homeless Football Club has secured funding via LCVS to bring communities together for a two-day event using music dance and food and reaching out to the hardest to reach people.
Stands are available for community groups to set up in the Grand Hall to promote their culture and food. There will also be a spot for a live music or dance from each culture. Downstairs in the Gym, each group will have a time limit to do their favourite or national sport.
Day 2 will take place on Tuesday 28 March 2017, 10am-3pm, at Lucozade Power League Liverpool where the Spirit of Merseyside four-a-side Football League will kick off focusing on tackling racism and diversity. The football competition is for men aged 16 plus. There will also be stalls from agencies that promote anti-discrimination and anti-racism campaigns.
Transport is available for community groups that may have issues getting to the events.
If you would like to get involved with this event either by coming on a working group, setting up a stall, or performing on the day, call Liverpool Homeless Football Club on 0151 237 3986 or email email@example.com.Back to calendar