Join us for a week of special events and exhibitions to celebrate 130 years since the founding of Port Sunlight village, including ‘Portraits of Port Sunlight’ a special exhibition that documents modern life in the village through a series of insightful and intimate portraits of Port Sunlight residents at home.
Craft Club textile making workshop from 1pm – 4pm (10 people max), at Bridge Cottage
Port Sunlight Hand Bell Ringers performing from 2pm. All are welcome, at the Lyceum
‘Love Port Sunlight’ badge making workshop from 1pm-4pm. Drop in workshop, all are welcome, at the Lyceum
‘Made in Port Sunlight event’. Village artists share the work they have created at Bridge Cottage. Opportunity to purchase work from 11am – 4pm
Lyceum Brass Band performing from 1pm – 2.30pm. All are welcome, in the Lyceum
Port Sunlight String Quartet performance at 7pm (will play for 45 mins – places for 25 people available, pre-booking required, see below) at Bridge Cottage
Meet the Sunlight Stitchers, from 2pm – 4pm at the Lyceum
Meet the Craft Club, from 2pm – 4pm at the Lyceum
Conference: Beautiful places, happy communities? From 10am – 4pm at the Leverhulme Hotel
Port Sunlight Quiz, from 7pm in the Old School Room at the Lyceum. A fun evening based around the story, landscape and buildings of the village with prizes too! Bring your own refreshments if you wish. Places for 50 people, booking required, see below.
Lecture: Unilever – A History of Empowered Women, presented by Ruth Loughrey, from Unilever Archives, 6.30pm at Bridge Cottage. Places for 30 people, booking required, see below.
Meet the Lady Lever Artists, from 10am – 12.30pm at Bridge Cottage
Portraits of Port Sunlight
This special exhibition at the Lyceum offers a glimpse behind the front doors of Port Sunlight houses.
Photographer Pete Carr was commissioned in 2017 to document modern life in the village, and the result is a series of intimate portraits of Port Sunlight residents at home. The exhibition also includes objects from Port Sunlight’s many clubs and societies, and recent work from our arts and crafts workshop programme.
It is open at the Lyceum from 11am – 4pm everyday from 3rd – 9th March
Some of the events, (String Quartet, Quiz, and Women’s Day talk), require booking in advance as places are limited. Admission is free, but please book by contacting Alex Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 0151 644 4803.
Visitors to the village can enjoy a 20% discount on all purchases in the Tea Room and Gift Shop – valid 3rd – 9th March (Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer)