Artisan Network are proud to present a fantastic 3 day Spectacular in this outstanding venue which will feature specially invited makers of high quality craft, art, plants/flowers, homeware and the tastiest world foods as well as liquid refreshments in all its forms.. Loads of attractions, entertainment & educational workshops for the whole family and even live music.
Birkenhead Park is in the centre of Birkenhead, in the Metropolitan Borough of Wirral, Merseyside. It was designed by Joseph Paxton and opened on 5 April 1847. It is generally acknowledged as the first publicly funded civic park in the world & was the inspiration for Central Park, New York. USA. Paxton had earlier designed Princes Park, Liverpool.
Immerse yourself in an authentic Medieval encampment, get rhythmic with some drumming sessions, discover the beauty of rescued birds of prey & behold the wonder of these little donkeys.. just some of the attractions that await you...
The regions tastiest foods & drinks, homeware, fashion, art & photography and much much more will be here..
This is a huge event within a fenced 17,000M2 area between Park Road & Park Road East.
There will be marquees as well as gazebos set up to create our unique 'artisan village'
- Birkenhead Park was used as a template for the creation of Sefton Park, which opened in Liverpool in 1872
- The Grand Entrance is the main entrance to Birkenhead Park. Within the Grand Entrance are the North and South Lodges & two Grade I listed buildings.
- The park was designated a conservation area in 1977 and declared a Grade I listed landscape by English Heritage in 1995