Strawberry Field has been in the care of The Salvation Army since the 1930s as a place that supports vulnerable young people and a site of spirituality and inspiration. This legacy continues with The Salvation Army’s redevelopment of Strawberry Field in order to give young people with learning disabilities in Liverpool the chance to succeed and honour the site that inspired John Lennon.
Remaining true to the tradition of giving young people every best chance to succeed in life, Strawberry Field is perpetuating this legacy of care and support through a new training hub for young people with learning difficulties and other barriers to employment. With a visitor exhibition exploring the site’s history and links to John Lennon, a café as well as gardens for spiritual reflection, the Strawberry Field site weaves together educational, cultural, heritage and spiritual elements in one site to continue inspiring future generations to come.
Who is this aimed at?
This is aimed at young people
Monday to Saturday
10am to 5pm
Strawberry Field, Beaconsfield Road, Liverpool L25 6EJ
Enquire with the service for information about the cost
How to get involved
Visit the Strawberry Fields website to access support
Phone: 0151 428 1647
For further information
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