What's On Walton

Here's where you can find all the very best What's On events right here in our beloved Walton.

From Fun Fairs to Football Tournaments, Quiz Nights to Music Gigs, Farmers' Markets to Festivals, this is your essentails guiide to keep your diary bursting at the seams!


Business owners business forum

Monday 13th November 2017 5:30pm

Everton in the Community 46 spell Lane, Liverpool, L4 4DF.


County Christmas

Friday 1st Dec 2017 10am - 5pm

Tesco, 124 County Road, Walton L4 3QW


3rd Tuesday of each month
Location: Walton Social Club, Church Rd, Walton
Time: 8pm


Every Tuesday from Florence Court
Taking pensioners to different parts of the city shopping


Every Tuesday 10-1pm
St Luke's Sheltered scheme Walton Village


2nd Sunday of each month & last Wednesday of each month
Location: Walton Social Club, Church Rd, Walton
Time: 2-6pm
They all include entertainment buffet and bingo.

St Luke's Church

Regular events (at the Church Hall)

Term Times:
1pm Crafternoons (adult craft group)

1pm Pram club 3.30pm
Superclub (after school club for primary age)

11am Family Focus (breakfast church - have a pice of toast and a cuppa whilst we chat about us, God & the world)

School Holidays:

Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays:
12-3pm Superclub Specials

1st Tuesday of the month at 7.30pm & and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 12.30pm
Parent Network group which is a support group for parents of children with additional needs.

Community Choir - COMING SOON!
We're launching a community choir in the near future and are looking for all kinds of people, whatever their age or singing ability. All people have to have is a desire to sing and have fun. We 're especially looking for people of different nationalities for whom English is a second language. Anyone who's interested should contact Helen Myers or Cathi Wareing via our Facebook page: St Luke's 18:16 Project

County Children's Centre

Location: County Childrens Centre (next to Arnot St)

9.30-10.30 Tumble Tots interactive fun for parents and children Arts,Craft and Physical excersise suitable foraged 0-4 years.

1.30-2.15 Baby Babble a programme of song discussion and craft activities to support your knowledge in encouraging your babies communication skills suitable for 0-9 months (Please book)

Spellow Library after school 3.30-4.30 all welcome.

Computer course with creche available 1-3pm

Musical Movers 9.15-10.15

Midwives booking-in clinic ring and pre book midwives available all day 0151 247 4747

11am - 12pm Baby Massage 4 weeks of relaxing sessions for carers and babies under 1

1-3pm Three, Two, One Learning is Fun a group for parents and 1-3 year olds to learn skills and get ready for nursery through play and fun.

9.30-11.00am Stay and Play

1.30-3pm Health visitor baby weighing and advice clinic breast feeding and weaning support

1.00-3pm Healthy Lifestyles a 6 week accredited course learning how to cook healthy meals on a budget and recieve a food hygiene certificate on completion.

9.30-10.30 Chatter matters (Stay and play for children who have language speech difficulties or communication delay.

10.30-12.00 Spellow Library story time arts and crafts and activities suitable 0-4 years

1pm-3pm The Nurture Programme 10 week programme that looks at the emotional needs of children (creche available if book).

1pm-3pm Harmony domestic abuse support creche available.

9.30-11.30 slow cooker cooking course 4 week course learn how to cook with slow cooker and recieve free slow cooker an food hygiene certificate on couse completion. (please book)

9.30-11.30 Safety in the home 4 week course commencing 23/09/16 free paediatric first aid qualification. Creche available.

9.30-11.00 Cornerstones Playgroup Stay and Play Liston Road 0-4 year olds.


Find our stall outside Kemps Bistro
Time: 12 Noon - 3pm

You can now buy potted plants from Stanley Park every Thursday, we then reinvest that money back in to the park.


Every Tuesday 12noon-3pm
Location: Liverpool Six Community Association, 99 Queens Rd, Liverpool L6

3 course lunch club and bingo


Every Wednesday 10am-12noon
Location: Liverpool Six Community Association, 99 Queens Rd, Liverpool L6


Every Friday 10am-12noon
Location: Liverpool Six Community Association, 99 Queens Rd, Liverpool L6


Food bank run by centre with donations of food donated by the community.

Contact Cllr Woodhouseon 0151 233 0420 and arrangements made to drop off food or you can come in and make your own bag up.

Location: Liverpool Six Community Association, 99 Queens Rd, Liverpool L6


Every Tuesday 10am-1pm
Location: Liverpool Six Community Association, 99 Queens Rd, Liverpool L6

Stanley Park Liverpool C.I.C Mission

Stanley Park Liverpool C.I.C mission is about People, Place and investment:

PEOPLE:Use Stanley Park as a way to empower the community to improve their health, wellbeing and community as a whole.

Make Stanley Park into a vibrant space that people feel welcome, safe and happy in.

Use Stanley Park as a catalyst for bringing investment into North Liverpool, from cultural events to activities.

As an organisation we organise fun days, host real life social networks, sports activities for all and work to improve our local environment.

Our biggest project this year is to create a Community Garden for everyone to have the opportunity to collectively grow flowers and food.
All the produce we will grow will be used in the local community from providing healthy food to other community groups to planting flowers across the neighbourhood; our aim is to make Stanley Park everyone's back garden.

Walton Youth Project

Every Thursday 10am-11:30am

Walton Youth Project (WYP) provides positive activities and educational opportunities for children, young people and families in Walton, North Liverpool. We have expertise in setting up and managing innovative projects working in partnership with other agencies. Our 'grass roots' approach is our strength: our services are user led giving people a stake in planning and implementing services. We are open five days a week and offer our services over evenings, nights, and weekends.

We offer:
A Community Café offering good food and a focus for community engagement.

Detached Youth Work
engaging socially excluded young people on their own territory, offering positive activities and developmental group-work.

Families Project
involving families learning together through health and fitness projects.

Volunteering Project promoting volunteering and peer mentoring projects delivered by young people, for young people.

Negotiated Education Programme providing socially and educationally excluded young people with opportunities to get back into learning and gain qualifications.