Popular Liverpool independent sites kick off their Easter Egg Appeal for 2023
Liverpool independent venues Abbey Road Bar & Kitchen and their sister site, Harrison’s Bar & Kitchen will be running an Easter Egg Appeal for local kids and families.
Starting from Monday 27th March and running right up to Saturday 8h April, the day before Easter Sunday. Members of the public can kindly donate Easter Eggs to support families who may be struggling this Easter. All eggs dropped off at the two sites will be matched by the management and then distributed to local families and kids in need of support in these harsh cost of living times we are currently living in.
Eggs can be dropped off at either Abbey Road Bar & Kitchen located on Harrington Street or Harrison’s Bar & Kitchen located on the corner of North John Street and Victoria Street.
Any Easter egg donations, big or small, will be gratefully received.
Venue addresses for Easter egg donations:
Abbey Road Bar & Kitchen, 11-17 Harrington Street, Liverpool L2 9QA.
Opening times Monday-Thursday 12.00pm-11.00pm, Friday 12.00pm-1.00am, Saturday 11.00am-1.00am, Sunday 11.00am-11.00pm
Contact details 0151 227 5222
Harrison’s Bar & Kitchen, 23 North John Street, Liverpool L2 5QU
Opening times Monday-Thursday 11.00am-11.00pm, Friday 11.00am-1.00am, Saturday 10.00am-1.00am,Sunday 10.00am-11.00pm
Contact details 0151 236 2576
Harrison’s Business Development Manager Nicola Halton explains:
“Due to the success of last year’s drive, Harrison’s Bar & Kitchen and Abbey Road Bar & Kitchen are collecting Easter Eggs for local families who are struggling with the cost of living. We have recently set up a Harrisons CIC so we can group all our yearly activities under one umbrella. Myself and the owners are big on our social responsibility and want to help out in as many ways as we can in our local community.
For every Easter Egg donation that we receive, we will match it. For anyone who would like to make a donation, please call in to the bars located on North John Street or Harrington Street.
We were overwhelmed by the generosity from our customers last year and hope to help even many more families this year.”