New, authentic and unique addition to Beatles tourism opens in September 2019, Responsible tourism arrives on Merseyside
18th July, 2019
With the opening of Strawberry Field, Liverpool now offers a unique and exciting attraction to members of the travel trade. Strawberry Field, a responsible tourism offering with a difference, opens its iconic red gates in Liverpool in September 2019.
Strawberry Field Liverpool to feature in the upcoming Danny Boyle & Richard Curtis film, Yesterday
25th June, 2019
Strawberry Field, the iconic site immortalised in the Beatles hit, ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ will feature in the upcoming film ‘Yesterday’, by Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis. Written by Curtis and directed by Boyle, the movie follows Jack, played by Eastenders’ actor Himesh Patel, as he wakes from a freak accident to find no one else in the world remembers the songs made famous by The Beatles.
Exciting Grant Boost for new Strawberry Field Development
17th February, 2019
LIVERPOOL, FEBRUARY 17, 2019, Anniversary of the UK release of Beatles hit song ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’ - A generous grant donation of £100,000 from philanthropic charity, The Wolfson Foundation has been greatly received by owners of the site, The Salvation Army.
Strawberry Field, the iconic location immortalised in The Beatles hit, ‘Strawberry Fields Forever’, is scheduled to open this summer after a major redevelopment of the grounds which will see the famous red gates opened to the public for the very first time.
Strawberry Field, Liverpool - Bringing a Legend to Life
5th February, 2019
JOHN Lennon fans can today claim their place in the face of the legend as plans were announced to create a giant photomosaic of the world famous Beatle’s face as part of a new visitor exhibition opening in summer 2019.
Strawberry Field, the iconic site immortalised in the Beatles hit, Strawberry Fields Forever, is owned by The Salvation Army who are developing the site which will open in summer 2019.
Strawberry Field Trainees Take First Steps into Work
15th October, 2018
Young adults with learning disabilities will gain skills and experience to help them onto the career ladder thanks to a flagship scheme developed by The Salvation Army in partnership with The City of Liverpool College and local employers. The first cohort of eight trainees will join the programme on 15th October 2018.