Discover Liverpool’s Ancient History With Stones After Sunset

Stones After Sunset

Stones After Sunset: A Journey of Discovery will be part of this year’s New Wave programme for Heritage Open Days 2021. 

Explore Liverpool’s ancient history at Stones After Sunset on Wednesday 15th of September, which takes visitors on a journey of discovery at the Calder Stones, where some of the earliest Scousers built a stone monument and gathering place over 4,000 years ago! 

Discover the secrets of the Stone Age at this interactive evening event, following a trail that transports visitors to Liverpool’s ancient past. Heritage Open Days (HODs) is England’s largest festival of history and culture, with thousands of volunteers across the country organising events every September. 

With a bar on-site, there will be food and drink available to purchase during the trip back in time. Our prehistoric inspired menu will include Stone Age Scouse and Foragers Salad.

This event is for over 18s only.

Time: 6-11pm. Last entry 9 pm.

Date: Wednesday 15th September

Address: The Reader, The Mansion House, Calderstones Park, Liverpool, Merseyside, L18 3JB

New Wave is a training programme made possible with the support of players of the Peoples Postcode Lottery, which takes a small cohort of participants through a structured programme focused on working with young adults. The 2020 New Wave events were postponed due to the global pandemic, meaning that this year will see both the 2020 and 2021 organisers present numerous exciting events around the country.


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