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Liverpool: Learn 2 Lead (Outdoors)

September 16, 2017 at Awesome Walls Liverpool in Liverpool.

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Let our instructors teach you the essentials for leading outdoors! By the end of this session you will be equipped with the essential safety techniques you’ll need to tackle a rock face in the great outdoors!

We will teach you about placing prtection, rope managment, setting up belays and much much more. This course is for those who have previous indoor leading and outdoor top rope experience.

Pre booking is essential, please call us on 0151 298 2422.

Address: St Albans Church, Athol Street, Liverpool
Learn 2 Lead (Outdoors)

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Liverpool: 4 Week Climbing Course

September 06, 2017 at Awesome Walls Liverpool in Liverpool.

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Are you new to climbing or do you want to take your climbing to the next level but don’t know where to begin? Our four week courses involve weekly 90min coaching sessions with one of our instructors. They can help to hone your technique and boost your confidence. No one knows the climbing surface at our centres better – they’ll point you at the perfect challenges to bring out the best in your climbing.

Pre booking is essential please call 0151 298 2422.

Address: St Albans Church, Athol Street, Liverpool
4 Week Climbing Course

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Liverpool: Drakelow Tunnels Paranormal Investigation

September 02, 2017 at Trinity Paranormal Team in Liverpool.

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Drakelow Tunnels are a former Top Secret underground military complex beneath Kingsford Country Park north of Kidderminster, Worcestershire. The tunnels were built between 1941-1942 as a Shadow Factory for the Rover car company. Parts for aircraft engines were machined in the 3.5 miles of tunnels throughout WWII. After WWII the tunnels began producing parts for tank engines until 1958 when the tunnels were handed over to the Ministry of Supply, and later Ministry of Works.

In 1961 the British Government converted half of the tunnels into a top secret facility, designated: Regional Seat of Government 9 (R.S.G. 9). Drakelow, along with 12 other facilities scattered across the U.K. formed a national network of highly classified Nuclear Bunkers, that the British Government would operate the country from, in the event of Nuclear War.

In 1980, Drakelow was re-designated: Regional Government Headquarters 9.2 (R.G.H.Q. 9.2). The tunnels were also upgraded and Blast Doors and Air Locks installed to bring the complex up to full Nuclear Bunker status. Through out the 1980’s Drakelow operated under complete secrecy until the end of the Cold War in 1990. In 1993, the Ministry of Defense deemed the facility surplus to requirements, and the entire complex was decommissioned and sold.

Over the years, Draklow has seen its fair share of deaths and unexplained events through out its lifetime. During the construction of the tunnels between 1941 and 1942 there were several tragic accidents that occurred in the tunnels. The first happened on Halloween night in October 31st, 1941, the roof located in Tunnel 1 collapsed. While blasting in Tunnel 1, the roof suddenly caved in without warning, Mr Harry Depper and two of his colleagues who were working in the tunnel were crushed to death by the falling rock. Mr Depper was buried in a local cemetery on the 5th November 1941, sadly the names of his two colleagues are not known.

One evening in late 1993, the caretaker was inspecting the kitchen in the old RSG side of the complex when he began to hear faint 1940’s music, it seemed to be coming from the old Rover Shadow Factory side, thinking it may possibly be a maintenance engineer who had left his radio on he went to investigate. As he approached Tunnel 1, the music began to get louder, as he stepped out into Tunnel 1, the music suddenly stopped. He walked the length of Tunnel 1 to see if he could find the radio, but nothing was found. Upon reaching the old time offce at the end of Tunnel 1 the music started again, the caretaker walked back down the tunnel only to find nothing again. The caretaker now determined to find the mysterious radio, continued his search, this quick inspection then turned into a 6 hour search of the entire complex, but no radio was found. The only piece of equipment that was capable of playing music, was the old WWII tannoy system that had not worked since the 1950’s.

*Extracts of deaths and events taken fromhttp://www.drakelowtunnels.co.uk/paranormal-activity.php

Drakelow Tunnels Paranormal Investigation

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Liverpool: ** LIVERPOOL ** Multi-Activity – ‘It’s a Knockout’ – HEN vs STAG!!

May 27, 2017 at LIVERPOOL in Liverpool.

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JOIN US!!
LIVERPOOLS’ OWN MULTIACTIVITY EVENT!
For the ultimate in activity weekends! Tumbling and fumbling over all manner of inflatables, through various challenges, old school sports day games and to a flurry of high-5’s!! We’ll guide you, challenge you and enchant you with an incredible day of fist pumps and chest bumps!
Take part alongside other teams and get involved in some epic challenges

WHAT TO EXPECT!
Fully facilitated event that will see the very best in smiles, fun and ensuing hillarity! Meeted and greeted, you’ll be set into teams with prizes for best dressed, comedy moments and winning teams. Over the course of the event you’ll be meeting new people, competing in fun filled games and activities and looking to share memories of insane fun.
Our staff will help teams to make it to pole position and guide you through the course as you carry out all manner of obstacle courses and games from the familiar to the unusual.
BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW!!!

** LIVERPOOL ** Multi-Activity -

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Liverpool: Prosecco & Percussion Festival | Liverpool

August 27, 2017 at Liverpool, United Kingdom in Liverpool.

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We are proud to present the first and only dedicated Prosecco Festival. The ultimate festival for Prosecco lovers!

Prosecco & Percussion Day Party

Join us for a celebration of all things bubbly!

Boasting a unique outdoor space for a huge day party

♫ Live Music & DJs – Playing the best in Funk, Jazz, House & Disco grooves accompanied by live saxophone and percussion.

✌ Drinks – A fully stocked bar with 20 different types of Prosecco, a fantastic selection of local ales, cocktails to tickle your taste buds & lots of special surprises!

☼ Street food – Celebrating the towns diverse culture, bringing you flavours from around the globe.

Prosecco & Percussion Festival | Liverpool

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Liverpool: Newsham Park Investigation

August 25, 2017 at Newsham Park Hospital in Liverpool.

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In 1874 the Royal Seamans Orphanage opened it’s doors to the orphans of British Seamen. Over the years hundreds of children would pass through the front doors of the orphanage into the cruel and harsh care of the staff.

Situated on the very top floor of the hospital is the Naughty Boys Corridor. The corridor is lined with cupboards which were used as a punishment for the naughty boys. The boys would be sent to the cupboard to spend the night. During one punishment a little boy was screaming after being locked in one of the cupboards. When all fell silent the staff had thought the boy had fallen asleep, but the next morning they returned to found the boy had died the previous night. This little boy is said to haunt the corridor and his apparition has been seen walking the corridor.

The school house, which is based in the courtyard had educated the orphans over the years. It has been reported that during a seance a boy was visible behind one of the guest and proceeded to hiss at him. Dark figures have also been seen in the little office of on of the classrooom and the chalkboards have been moved all on their own.

In 1951 the orphanage closed it’s doors in order to become Newsham Park Hospital. The hospitals main intake of patients where those with mental health issues with the likes of Ian Brady, as well as a rest home later on in the hospitals life.

The stairs leading upto the different floors are fitted with ‘anti-suicide’ railings to prevent patients from throwing themselves off of the stairs to certain death. Each stair case leads to an endless amount of corridors with rooms situated in all corners of the hospital. A nurse, who is beleived to have been able to see spirits was found dead one night on the stair case. It is unknown to how she passed but we are hoping to connect with her to find out?

In 1992, with the closure of Rainhill Mental Asylum , Newsham housed its own patients as well as those transfered from Rainhill, the hospital was filled to 90% capacity, all with mental health issues.

In 1997, the hospital closed and all patients were transfered to other facilities.

Address: Orphan Drive, Newsham Park, Liverpool
Newsham Park Investigation

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Liverpool: BHS North West Camp

August 11, 2017 at Aintree Racecourse in Liverpool.

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As the date races closer, do come and join us at BHS North West Camp, held in the grounds of the inspiring Aintree Racecourse.

You’ll have the opportunity to experience an exhilarating go round the gallops, regular lessons with BHS Accredited Professional Coaches to improve your riding, care, knowledge and confidence, whilst getting exclusive behind the scenes access to the world class facilities and industry experts. Your horse could even be stabled exactly where a previous Grand National winner was!

Once again this very popular camp is going to run from 11 – 13 August 2017, where you and your horse will have a great time and meet new friends. Open to all levels and abilities of BHS Gold members only.

Cost: £250 or £270 per person, depending on your choice of accommodation.

To download the Camp Guide and Application Form, which contains all information, please visit https://goo.gl/YaRG5S

Address: Ormskirk Road, Aintree, Liverpool, Merseyside, Liverpool
BHS North West Camp

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Liverpool: 4 Week Climbing Course

July 04, 2017 at Awesome Walls Liverpool in Liverpool.

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Are you new to climbing or do you want to take your climbing to the next level but don’t know where to begin? Our four week courses involve weekly 90min coaching sessions with one of our instructors. They can help to hone your technique and boost your confidence. No one knows the climbing surface at our centres better – they’ll point you at the perfect challenges to bring out the best in your climbing.

Pre booking is essential please call 0151 298 2422.

Address: St Albans Church, Athol Street, Liverpool
4 Week Climbing Course

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Liverpool: Converting Enquiries into Sales

July 05, 2017 at Hilton Liverpool City Centre in Liverpool.

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**Converting Enquiries into Sales**
=> For frontline teams in #hotels and #venues

How many special events and meeting room enquiries are lost to the competition each month?
Are you and your team missing opportunities to convert more enquiries into sales?

We help managers and their team members to focus on the professional skills and knowledge that will improve their enquiry handling technique, impress corporate booking agents and develop their confidence to ask for the booking.

** Key Topics:
• Understanding your product and competitors
• Enquiry handling for effective conversions
• Presenting your product
Converting the business
• Handling enquiries through agents
• Post event follow-up

See your meeting rooms through the eyes of your customers – discover how simple techniques and procedures can transform your events enquiries into profitable sales.

Address: 3 Thomas Steers Way, Liverpool
Converting Enquiries into Sales

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Liverpool: Ghost Hunt Lark Lane Old Police Station

July 28, 2017 at Lark Lane Community Centre in Liverpool.

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Ghost Hunt Lark Lane Old Police Station
Join in with us as we investigate this extremely spooky setting in Liverpool yet again?

Each of our occasions by and large begin around 8.30pm however you can touch base from seven forty five on the night. You may have the opportunity to check out the building and regions we have admittance to and the cell that kept one of Liverpool’s most popular murderess’ Florence Maybrick.

We will position our visitors into littler gatherings and after an underlying wellbeing and wellbeing and security brief and a short break we will begin our vigils.

You are welcome to bring your own particular phantom or ghost hunting hardware, snacks nourishment and treats however we do have rooms to make hot and chilly beverages.

We do have mediums and sensitives with us for the duration of the night in the event that you have any inquiries for them kindly do don’t hesitate to ask them.
TICKETS £15

Ghost Hunt Lark Lane Old Police Station

DeadLive Events vigils normally consist of around 7/8 guests with our team present on each vigil and we try to keep our group vigils small. If you arrive as a more substantial group and you would like to stay together that is great as energy that a group friends have can help in spirit communication. We will be doing a number of experiments during the evening so any feedback duirng the event from your past experience is very much appreciated.We do have a number of paranormal equipment,which you are welcome to try during the evening.

Paranormal investigators are welcome on our events and we will try and cater for your needs throughout the night.
Over 18yrs only
Ghost Hunt Lark Lane Old Police Station

Address: 80 Lark Lane, Liverpool
Ghost Hunt Lark Lane Old Police Station

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