Summer Term Events Programme

Take part in our brand-new programme of events available for all students to enjoy from 12 April – 7 May 2021.

Summer Term Events Programme

We understand that face-to-face interaction is important and greatly benefits your experience with us – that’s why we have created this programme of activity for you to get involved in. If you are already on campus, or in Liverpool, we have a selection of in-person events for you to take part in safely on campus. If you’re studying from home, don’t worry, as you can take part in many of the activities online.

Get involved

From skills sessions, public lectures and careers workshops to guided walks, ‘give it a go’ sessions and creative ‘crafternoons’ – take this time to focus on your wellbeing while safely connecting with your peers, with our community and with campus.

All in-person events have been risk assessed as COVID-safe, however it is equally important that all attendees adhere to current public health guidelines to keep everyone safe. Find out more about on-campus safety measures, including testing requirements on our COVID Safety hub.

Download the My Liverpool app to browse and save your favourite events to your own personalised planner.

Categories

Ongoing event: Tutorial: Overcoming anxiety around online learning’

Academic Support

KnowHow

Use this tutorial in your own time, as many times as you need. 

This resource will help you to learn:

  • How to recognise stress and anxiety and how it may impact your studies.
  • Tips with coping with feelings of stress and anxiety for various methods of online study.
  • Where to seek further resources for help and support.

Join Tutorial: Overcoming anxiety around online learning’ online

Ongoing event: Tutorial: Preparing for Online Assessments

Academic Support

KnowHow

Use this tutorial in your own time, as many times as you need. 

By completing this resource, you will learn how to:

  • Put together a realistic study plan for the weeks leading up to your assessment period.
  • Organise your time during the assessment period itself.
  • Use active techniques when studying.
  • Avoid distractions and overcome procrastination.
  • Plan for essay-based and short-answer exams.

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Ongoing event: University of Liverpool Campus Walking Tour

Arts & Culture

Other Resources

Join us on a trail across the University of Liverpool Campus as we discover some of the outdoor artwork on display.

Ongoing event: Cycle the City - handy cycle routes

Get Active

Activity Wellbeing

With new dedicated cycle lanes, some well-wheeled trails and routes, and ace places to stop off and refuel, around Liverpool is a brilliant place to get in the saddle. With the new cycling-friendly developments on Princes Avenue and more present lanes around the city – there’s never a better time to get on your bike.

View Independent Liverpool's handy cycle routes in the city for some inspiration for you next ride.

Ongoing event: German Revolution Expressionist prints

Arts & Culture

Exhibitions

This exhibition showcases powerful prints by some of the most influential artists of the 20th century.

Including work by Munch, Schiele and Kokoschka, the exhibition explores how the social, political, sexual and moral struggles taking place during the turbulent period of the German Revolution (1918-1919) moved artists to produce such dramatic imagery. The exhibition also features important prints that demonstrate how artists outside Germany contributed to the evolution of Expressionism, including Pablo Picasso's 'The Frugal Meal'.

The exhibition is drawn from the collection of The Hunterian, University of Glasgow.

click here to find out more - https://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/lady-lever-art-gallery

Location: 502 Teach Hub, Mount Pleasant

Ongoing event: Linda McCartney Retrospective

Arts & Culture

Exhibitions

The Exhibition

The Walker Art Gallery is hosting this major retrospective of Linda McCartney’s photography. From her iconic depictions of the music scene of the 1960s, to family life with Paul, Linda captured her whole world on film.

The exhibition features more than 250 extraordinary images that reveal what a prolific photographer Linda was, and how her love for the natural world, her surreal sense of humour, and an exceptional eye for capturing the spontaneous, gave her work an inimitable style.

The exhibition includes a selection of images taken in Liverpool and on the Wirral which have never been on public display before.

Spotify playlist

Music was a huge part of Linda’s life and work. We welcome visitors to listen to the Linda McCartney Retrospective playlist on Spotify, which features songs by the musicians Linda photographed. 

Ongoing event: Start Your Day Right

Arts & Culture

Talk/Q&A Workshop

Over the winter vacation, Continuing Education are providing a variety of short taster sessions for you, free of charge. We have sessions on local history and architecture, astronomy, literature, and more. All sessions last for around an hour, and start at either 10 or 11am. We will be recording as many as possible, so if you can't attend, you'll be able to catch up at your own convenience. 

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Ongoing event: The Lady Lever Art Gallery: world class art in a Wirral model village

Arts & Culture

Other Resources Webinar

Discover the internationally renowned collections of the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Wirral, recognised as one of the finest art galleries in the UK. Your virtual guide will be Dr Gina Muskett, Honorary Research Fellow in History, and formerly Curator of Classical Antiquities National Museums Liverpool. Gina will introduce you to the highlights of the collection, which includes Pre-Raphaelite paintings and Wedgwood ceramics. This ‘tour’ provides perfect preparation for a visit to the gallery, which has free admission, situated in the model village of Port Sunlight, and only a 15-minute direct Merseyrail journey from Liverpool city centre. 

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Ongoing event: Get moving with Sport Liverpool

Get Active

Activity Wellbeing

We have put together 3 different Campus routes for you to scan and follow. You can choose to walk, jog or run the routes and challenge yourself by completing each distance!

Tag us @Livunigym in your workout and let us know how you get on.

We will update the routes regularly too!

For more information visit:

https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/media/livacuk/sports/operations/Campus,Workouts.pdf

 

Location: Sports & Fitness Centre

Ongoing event: Peer Mentors Recommend... Recipes

Careers

Peer Mentors

Take a break and join your mentors for a peer mentors recommend session. Have a cuppa and listen in whilst they discuss strategies to help you engage more online, cook nutritional and tasty food, try out new study techniques and share some of their favourite podcasts. Enjoy!

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Ongoing event: Peer Mentors Recommend... Ways to manage your time while studying online

Careers

Peer Mentors

Take a break and join your mentors for a peer mentors recommend session. Have a cuppa and listen in whilst they discuss strategies to help you engage more online, cook nutritional and tasty food, try out new study techniques and share some of their favourite podcasts. Enjoy!

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Ongoing event: Peer Mentors Recommend... Podcasts!

Careers

Peer Mentors

Take a break and join your mentors for a peer mentors recommend session. Have a cuppa and listen in whilst they discuss strategies to help you engage more online, cook nutritional and tasty food, try out new study techniques and share some of their favourite podcasts. Enjoy!

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Ongoing event: Peer Mentors Recommend... Study Techniques While Working Online

Careers

Peer Mentors

Take a break and join your mentors for a peer mentors recommend session. Have a cuppa and listen in whilst they discuss strategies to help you engage more online, cook nutritional and tasty food, try out new study techniques and share some of their favourite podcasts. Enjoy!

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Ongoing event: Peer Mentors - Make an impact on your future career and start engaging online today!

Careers

Peer Mentors

Take a break and join your mentors for a peer mentors recommend session. Have a cuppa and listen in whilst they discuss strategies to help you engage more online, cook nutritional and tasty food, try out new study techniques and share some of their favourite podcasts. Enjoy!

Join Peer Mentors - Make an impact on your future career and start engaging online today! online

Ongoing event: Toni Adentan 'Creating Your Own Future, Digitally'

Arts & Culture

Talk/Q&A

Inspirational speaker, Toni Adentan is currently an Account Manager at Facebook Dublin. Graduating with a BA Marketing from the University of Liverpool in 2017, Toni has worked for IBM and MediaCom prior to merging her interest in tech and advertising at Facebook. Toni has a passion for improving social mobility, supporting a number of initiatives for young people across London and Dublin. Toni spoke to one of our fantastic Peer Mentors, and medical student Eric Dos Santos De Andrade about 'Creating Your Own Future, Digitally'.

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Ongoing event: Andy Grant 'There are no problems, only solutions'

Arts & Culture

Talk/Q&A

Our amazing inspirational speakers represent local people, University alumni and recent graduates. Their stories will inspire you with new ways to deal with challenges and to connect with those around you.

Former Royal Marine, Andy Grant talks about dealing with adversity as he tells you his incredible, moving story.

*WARNING* Please be aware that this video contains images of warfare and injury which some viewers may find distressing.

Join Andy Grant 'There are no problems, only solutions' online

Ongoing event: Human Chain - Poets on Poetry of Heaney

Arts & Culture

Webinar

The Institute of Irish Studies at the University of Liverpool is delighted to announce ‘Human Chain: Poets on the Poetry of Seamus Heaney’, an online event dedicated to the life and work of the Nobel Laureate Seamus Heaney.

This event by the Institute of Irish Studies is supported by the Estate of Seamus Heaney who kindly endorsed the Institute’s Annual Seamus Heaney Lecture. Last year’s inaugural lecture was delivered by Professor Louise Richardson, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford. As public events are currently not possible the Institute of Irish Studies has instead published a video of readings and reflections on Seamus Heaney by established poets and writers with additional readings by the actress Bríd Brennan.

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Ongoing event: The Coping with COVID Podcast

Get Active

Wellbeing

There are now over 30 episodes (available here:  https://pod.link/1514480448), covering topics such as resilience, mindfulness, social connections, sleep, alcohol, going outside, and news media.

The podcast is primarily aimed at students in medicine, nursing and allied health professions, however most topics apply more broadly. Episodes are brief conversations with experts, providing practical evidence-based advice and signposting to support and resources. There are also interviews with students about their experiences.

 

 

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Ongoing event: Garstang Museum of Archaeology 3D models of artefacts

Arts & Culture

Interactive Other Resources

Explore 3D models of the University of Liverpool's Garstang Museum collections.

Collections include Egyptian Colections, Gods and Goddesses and Creatures of the Nile.

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Ongoing event: University of Liverpool Pandemic Archive

Arts & Culture

Exhibitions Interactive Other Resources

We are creating an archive of staff and student experiences of University life during the COVID-19 pandemic for future generations of researchers, and we need your help!

This material, both digital and physical, will be stored in the University Library’s Special Collections & Archives, accompanying records of the University’s official response to the crisis, which are currently being collected.

We are encouraging a range of honest and personal reflections. Submissions are welcomed in a variety of formats, including but not limited to:

  • photographs
  • creative projects
  • scrapbooks
  • written content (letters, diaries, essays)
  • social media posts (screenshots/grabs)
  • printed ephemera (posters, flyers, advertisements)
  • audio and video content

For more information and to contribute to the archive, please visit the link below.

Join University of Liverpool Pandemic Archive online

Ongoing event: VG&M Student Art Submission

Arts & Culture

Other Resources Interactive

VG&M Student Art Submission - "Winter Theme" 

Upload your winter themed art and crafts and we'll display them as an online exhibition. Comment and like the submissions and get some discussions going with other students.

Just add your name, the course you are studying and a title to your artwork. You can also tell us a little bit about your piece and what inspired you if you want. If you're having trouble uploading then you can send your files to vgmrecep@liverpool.ac.uk instead.

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Ongoing event: Sport Liverpool & Wellbeats - Virtual Fitness App

Get Active

Wellbeing Activity Class

Wellbeats is an on-demand fitness provider that delivers fitness classes, challenges, and fitness assessments to you anytime, anywhere, whether you are in the gym, studying remotely, at home or on the go!

Discover more energy and focus with healthy eating tips and recipes from top nutrition education experts and chefs!

Take a breather and reset with everything from mindfulness and meditation classes to restorative yoga and quick stretch breaks.

Introductry Offer

1 month for £2.99

3 months for £8.00

6 months for £15.00

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Ongoing event: Stats@Liverpool

Academic Support

KnowHow

Do you have a question about statistics? Stats@Liverpool is a free service to help you boost your statistical skills.

Book a one to one appointment with a friendly Statistics Tutor for support in choosing statistical tests, using statistical packages and understanding statistical concepts. 

Join Stats@Liverpool online

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Ongoing event: Writing@Liverpool

Academic Support

KnowHow

Writing@Liverpool is a free service to help boost your academic writing skills. Book a one to one appointment with one of our friendly Writing Tutors for additional support in analysing questions, becoming more critical, or planning and structuring your writing.

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Booking required: Book a place on Writing@Liverpool. 999 spaces available

Ongoing event: Children's Book Illustrators Competition 2021

Arts & Culture

Competitions

Are you an illustrator passionate about using design as a tool for social change? We would like to work with you!

Liverpool Fashion Summit and Freedom Row are collaborating on a children's book to raise awareness of modern slavery. By approaching younger generations, we seek to use pester power to promote ethical consumption. As such, we have written a book to provide parents, teachers and kids a resource to learn more about modern slavery, in an impactful, positive, and child-centred way.

We are now looking for an illustrator to bring our book to life!

ABOUT THE BOOK

  • 1000 words
  • 15 pages
  • 10” x 8” (landscape)
  • Paperback
    For ages 5-8
  • About a 6-year old multiracial girl, Anya, who goes into a magical vending machine.

 

COMPETITION OVERVIEW

This competition will invite illustrators to submit a sample design for the following excerpt from the book:

Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1y4gVV3vsVDQVVYasAmRbTf6gjbzIxJRf/view?usp=sharing

PRIZE

The Winner will receive £250 in prize money & appointment as main illustrator on this book. We therefore only encourage submissions from those interested in collaborating on end-to-end illustrations for the book.

As this book is subject to funding, the winner may or may not receive monetary return for the complete illustration of the book. Illustrator will be accredited accordingly.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  • This competition is open worldwide to all professionals and enthusiasts alike
  • Illustrations must be in PNG, JPG or PDFs only
  • Dimensions 10″x12.15″ (including 1/4″ bleed and a safe zone)
  • Multiples entries are allowed
  • All works should be original and owned by you in entirety
  • Plagiarism will not be tolerated

Complete the online form to submit your proposal:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe9HPySJIMpKrgRi8BzlNW9XyOV4rXWzpu2fh_Nuw8KxxXUUQ/viewform

DEADLINE - 31st MARCH 2021

EVALUATION CRITERIA

The judging criteria are: quality, technique and thematic relevance.

The winners will be announced by 10th April, 2021.

Questions? Please write to us at info@freedomrow.co.uk

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Ongoing event: Guild Societies Events

Guild

Societies

Virtual socials, activities and panel discussions; see what the Guild societies are up to this semester.  View their full event listings calendar - https://www.liverpoolguild.org/calendar

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Ongoing event: John Moores Painting Prize

Arts & Culture

Exhibitions

Until we're able to open our doors and welcome you in, explore our virtual tour to see all 67 works in the John Moores Painting Prize. The exciting selection of paintings were chosen by our panel of expert jurors: Hurvin Anderson, Alison Goldfrapp, Jennifer Higgie, Gu Wenda and Michelle Williams Gamaker.  The Prize winners for John Moores Painting Prize 2020 are Robbie Bushe, Michele Fletcher, Steph Goodger, Stephen Lee, and Kathryn Maple.

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Ongoing event: Transform Society Challenge: One Community, One Future

Careers

Employer activity

What is Transform Society?
Transform Society is an alliance of the UK’s largest and most powerful social change programmes
 
·        Frontline (Social work)
·        Teach First (Teaching)
·        Think Ahead (Mental Health)
·        Unlocked (Prison service)
·        Police Now (Policing)
 
The programmes are some of the most prestigious public sector recruiters in the UK and they are looking for over 3,000 graduates nationwide in 2022, with 350 confirmed opportunities specifically in the North West.
 
If you’re interested in these programmes, the Transform Society Challenge (19th-22nd April 2021) is a great way to find out more about the roles and the application process, and to build the skills you’ll need to succeed.
 
What is the Transform Society Challenge?
The ‘One Community, One Future’ challenge will run from 19th-22nd April with 1-2 hours of live activity each day (delivered virtually through Zoom) and some pre-recorded information to work through in your own time or with a team of other students. You’ll be working on an important project for students, the University and the local community, which will help you to understand complex societal issues and develop the skills these employers will look for in their future leaders.
 
When is it?
Monday 19th – Thursday 22nd April 2021
 
Who can apply?
All students can take part.
 
How can I apply?
Apply through Handshake by submitting a short description of why you are interested. https://liverpool.joinhandshake.co.uk/jobs/8984

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Ongoing event: Win £300 in music tech / accessories! That sounds Podcastic!!

Arts & Culture

Competitions

Could you compose a jingle suitable for use university wide?

Want to have your music used as part of the official University Podcasting music library?

Ready to pitch your music for a chance of winning up to £300 in music / tech vouchers?

ENTER NOW  https://liverpool.joinhandshake.co.uk/jobs/10220?ref=preview-header-click

 

The Student Success team has joined forces with our Enterprise and Communications team to offer an exciting competition to University of Liverpool Students. We want to invite you to submit a composition no longer than 1-minute to be used for University produced Podcasts. 

 

The Challenge… 

  • We want you to create a piece of music no longer than 1-minute that would be suitable to use at the beginning and end of any podcast produced by the University in the future.
  • All entries must be accompanied by a short-written pitch explaining your piece of music; its name, why you feel it is appropriate as a podcast jingle and how you feel it fits with the University brand.
  • We will shortlist and invite the creator(s) of the 5 shortlisted pieces of music to come and pitch their music to a small panel online. All 5 shortlisted entries will feature in the university Podcast music library in the future.
  • Entries welcome from individuals or groups.
  • Entries must be received by 4pm on Wednesday 14th April.
  • The panel presentation will be via zoom and will take place week commencing 19th April.
  • The shortlisted entries will receive a £50 voucher each and the winner will be provided with up to £300 voucher to spend on musical equipment of their choice!

How to enter: 

Please apply using this form with a short statement explaining your piece of music piece of music; its name, why you feel it is appropriate as a podcast jingle and how you feel it fits with the University brand. You will then be asked to send your music to the careers email careers@liv.ac.uk

T&Cs:

Open to all University of Liverpool Students.

All entries must be original compositions.

Entries must be received by 4pm on Wednesday 14th April via Handshake with all documentation completed.

The intellectual property of all shortlisted entries will belong to the University of Liverpool in exchange for gift vouchers and promotion of the composer within University of Liverpool website communications. 

 

Recommended resources:

https://youtu.be/Jf6Hwq4oeTU

 

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Ongoing event: Institute of Irish Studies - Civic Space (Digital Platform)

Arts & Culture

Other Resources

The Institute of Irish Studies is delighted to introduce Civic Space, an inter-community initiative which aims to protect and promote reconciliation and conflict transformation surrounding the issue of the constitutional future of these islands. Civic Space is a digital platform for mutual respect and parity of esteem, engagement in an environment that promotes constructive dialogue and freedom of opinion. We are grateful to the Department of Foreign Affairs' Reconciliation Fund for contributing towards the funding of this Constitutional Conversation Digital Platform.
Civic Space (www.liverpool.ac.uk/irish-studies/civic-space/) currently hosts around 130 contributions, consisting of animations, videos and blogs from both pro-union and pro-unity points of view. There are also Vox Pops going beyond the constitutional question by asking people from across the island of Ireland: “What type of society do you want?” The site will grow as more political and civic voices from across these islands will be added. 
Here is a flavour of what the site hosts already:

We look forward to having this very conversation at The Institute of Irish Studies and across these islands post-pandemic.
Welcome to the only dedicated site that includes both pro-union and pro-unity perspectives side-by-side.

Best Wishes,

Prof Peter Shirlow FAcSS
Director, The Institute of Irish Studies

 

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Ongoing event: Sport Liverpool - Walk for health

Get Active

Activity Wellbeing Class

Walk for health will be led by Sport Liverpool's fitness team twice a week and everyone is welcome to come along to the sessions!

Join us on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 1:00pm outside the Sports & Fitness Centre where the fitness team will be waiting to meet you for your 30 minute walk! 🚶‍♀️ ⁣⁣⁣

Walking is one of the easiest ways to become healthier, lose weight, increase activity levels and get your daily dose of Vitamin D! There are many benefits including increasing your heart health, reducing stress & anxiety & building stamina!⁣ ❤️⁣⁣

Everyone is welcome, no membership is required and you can register on the day if needed.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Location: Sports & Fitness Centre

Booking required: Book a place on Sport Liverpool - Walk for health. 10 spaces available

Ongoing event: Sport Liverpool - BRIT Challenge 2021

Get Active

Activity Sports Clubs Wellbeing

BRIT 2021 is an inclusive feel-good fundraising challenge that aims to improve mental health and fitness, whilst raising vital funds to support a number of young adult mental health charities.

The Challenge is designed to be completed by individuals and teams who will cover a 2,021-mile distance by either hand-cycling, cycling, wheelchair pushing, swimming, walking, jogging, running, rowing or paddling (canoeing, kayaking or paddle-boarding).

The University of Liverpool is pleased to be supporting BRIT 2021, joining teams from across the UK in contributing miles to the total between Monday 12th April and 1st July 2021.

All students and staff members are encouraged to take part. Activities can take place on campus or at home, and there are many ways to get involved as an individual or team.

Suggested activities include:

· Taking part in the new campus guided walks from Sport Liverpool - Campus Workouts

· Using the rowing and running machines in the newly reopened University Sports Centre – with free access to anyone completing the challenge - e-mail sfc@liv.ac.uk to arrange your session

· Recording the distance of your usual run and posting a selfie with the #Brit2021 hashtag

Sign up now

It’s easy to join the #TeamLivUni effort and get involved in the BRIT 2021 Challenge.

Register with Sport Liverpool as an individual or team by submitting your first miles!

Record your distance using our individual or team form

Use the University of Liverpool VirginMoneyGiving page to raise sponsorship for your efforts

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Ongoing event: An Introduction to hedgehogs & the Hedgehog Friendly Campus scheme

Science & Clinical

Talk/Q&A

This talk, delivered by Zoe Chapman [UoL Hedgehog Champion & Business Manager at Ness Botanic Gardens] and Steph Dolben [Wildlife blogger and member of staff in Science & Engineering], will give you an introduction to the biology, ecology and behaviour of one of Britain's favourite mammals - the Hedgehog!

You will learn about the threats facing them and what you can do to help at home. The talk also gives an overview of the Hedgehog Friendly Campus scheme, what we're doing at the University of Liverpool to help hedgehogs, and opportunities to get involved.

This is a pre-recorded talk using Zoom - to access the talk please click here and use passcode: x&^Ne0aX 

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Ongoing event: Wellbeing Week - Liv Uni Gym City Walks

Get Active

Activity Class Wellbeing

Walking is one of the easiest ways to become healthier, lose weight, increase activity levels & get your daily dose of Vitamin D!

There are many mental health benefits too benefits including improving your mood, reducing stress, managing anxiety, helping to get a better sleep, helping to cope with difficult times & reducing the risk of depression!

Lead by Sport Liverpool's Gym Team, join us each day for a city walk.

Booking required!

Location: Sports & Fitness Centre

Booking required: Book a place on Wellbeing Week - Liv Uni Gym City Walks. 0 spaces available

Ongoing event: VG&M exclusive access for University of Liverpool students

Arts & Culture

Exhibitions Interactive

The Victoria Gallery & Museum has been closed throughout lockdown and we are now finally able to reopen! We are initially reopening exclusively to University of Liverpool staff and students from 18th May – 12th June.

Tickets are free but visitors will need to book in advance via this link. A ticket allows entry for up to 6 people who are in a household or support bubble to look around our galleries on the first floor for one hour. When booking staff and students will be required to enter the contact including staff/student ID numbers.

During the visit, visitors can explore the art galleries, including both existing and newly installed exhibitions which can be seen here https://vgm.liverpool.ac.uk/exhibitions_events_tours/

The café will not be open but visitors can bring a drink and snack take a break in the beautiful ground floor seating area.

Location: Victoria Gallery & Museum

Booking required: Book a place on VG&M exclusive access for University of Liverpool students. 0 spaces available

Ongoing event: Liv Uni Gym - Wellbeing Walks

Get Active

Activity Wellbeing Class

Join us on Mondays & Wednedays at 1:00pm outside the Sports & Fitness Centre where the fitness team will be waiting to meet you for your 30 minute walk! 🚶‍♀️ ⁣⁣⁣

Walking is one of the easiest ways to become healthier, lose weight, increase activity levels and get your daily dose of Vitamin D! There are many more benefits including increasing your heart health, reducing stress & anxiety & building stamina!⁣ ❤️⁣⁣

Everyone is welcome, no membership is required & you can register on the day if needed.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Location: Sports & Fitness Centre

Booking required: Book a place on Liv Uni Gym - Wellbeing Walks. 30 spaces available