NEWS: Sefton Park Palm House to host an array of Christmas events this December

One of South Liverpool’s most unique spaces is set to deliver a variety of Christmas festivities this December. Grade II listed Victorian Glasshouse, Sefton Park Palm House, will host an array of events in the run-up to Christmas, with the celebrations running throughout the month up until December 22nd.

The selection of family orientated attractions will appeal to adults and children of all ages and will be a perfect way to get into the festive spirit.

On December 12th, Liverpool Community Choir will present a Carol by Candlelight concert, directed by Gareth Owen, which will consist of a medley of gospel, musical and popular Christmas songs. Guests can enjoy a selection of refreshments including a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie.

Beginning the series of children events on December 14th is The Elf That Forgot about Christmas, hosted by the popular children’s entertainers, The Bookworm Players. The interactive show encourages youngsters to join in with the characters and become part of the performance using music and storytelling. Afterwards, children and babies will have the chance to meet Santa and receive a Christmas gift.

The following evening, the Palm House will also play host to a children’s Christmas disco whereby guests can party with their favourite characters. There will also be an opportunity to write a letter to Santa and send it via the magical post box, as well as visiting him at his grotto.

Director of the Palm House, Moira Leonard said: “Christmas at the Palm House is just magical. We have events throughout the entire month that will appeal to everyone. It’s great to see the venue transformed into a festive wonderland all thanks to our brilliant team and I look forward to welcome both new and existing visitors during this holiday season.”

For more information regarding each attraction and to download the full December event guide visit or call 0151 726 9204.


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