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Please see the Withdrawal of support for Internet Explorer notice from NHS Digital for more information and guidance.

The Florrie – Community Hub

Activities and support for the community. 

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Weekly Activities

Timetable as of 30/8/23. Contact Tim on to join in or for more info about the activities.


  • Cycle Rides 9.30am on 11th Sep and 25th September 2023. Jump to details and how to book
  • Men’s Walking Group meeting at the Florrie at 10.30am for a walk in the local area. Twitter
  • Art group 1pm


  • Yoga 10am
  • Sense of Calm 11am
  • Fitness for All 12pm
  • Guitar 6pm


  • Gardening Club 10am
  • Table Tennis 1pm
  • Art Group 1pm
  • Learn French 1pm


  • Tai Chi 9.15am
  • Musical Theory 10am
  • Local History 12pm
  • Drama Workshops 2pm


  • Ukulele 10-11.30am
  • Men’s Walking Group meeting at the Florrie at 10.30am for a walk in the local area. Twitter
  • Readers Group 1pm
  • Autism Support Group – email for more info and time
Cycle Rides September 2023 details back to top

If you haven’t been on a bike for a while or you’d like to explore new cycle routes as part of a group you’re very welcome to join us on one of our rides. The free community cycle rides are led by trained volunteers and start from The Florrie 377 Mill Street L8 4RF. Bikes available to borrow free for all rides.

Pre-booking required – email for more information or download the free Spond booking app & use code JHBIH to join our group.

Monday 11th September, 09.30 – 12.00
Inaugural The Florrie-Two Cathedrals Circular (6 miles)

From the Florrie via cycle paths to Metropolitan Cathedral heading to the Anglican Cathedral where we’ll stop for refreshments at the cafe and hear about its history from one of the volunteer guides. Heading back to The Florrie via quiet roads.

Monday 25th September, 09.30-12.00
The Florrie- Three Parks (7 miles)

From The Florrie we’ll cycle down to the Promenade to Festival Gardens, heading to Sefton Park and Princes Park before returning to The Florrie on quiet roads.

Online resources back to top

The Florrie Radio

Broadcasts 24/7 from our studio, here in The Florrie, at the heart of Liverpool 8.

We offer local people a platform to learn new skills, express themselves, & openly share their voice & opinions through online radio, as well as highlighting the best new music Liverpool has to offer.

You can listen live right now with the web player or by using the Simple Radio app on your smart phone/speaker. You can also access all of our past recordings by heading to our Mixcloud channel.


Our online guitar class now has over 10 videos from special guest musicians. 

Learn English at The Florrie
  • Beginners ESOL on YouTube. Aimed at those with no experience of English, learning the language for the first time.
  • Advanced ESOL on YouTube. For those who have some experience in English & want to improve their understanding.

How can I access this service?
Some activities needs booking – see the main description
When is this service open?
Centre is open Monday – Friday 9am-4pm
How much will it cost me?
Most activities are free. Donations welcome. Small charges to others. See the main description. Donations accepted.
Disabled access
The building is accessible for wheelchair users. Limited on site parking available.
How to get there
The Florrie encourages bicycle travel with plenty of racks to secure your bikes. Buses to Park Road are 82, 422, 473, X1 and X22. The Florrie is a 5 minute walk away. Buses to Mill Street are 30, 103, 202, 204 and 800. They stop right opposite The Florrie.
Can I bring someone with me?
You are welcome to bring people with you and children are welcome to attend our community hub activities.
Social media

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter

Follow Men’s Wellbeing Walk on Twitter

What groups of people is this for?
The general public
What age groups is this for?
Any age
What areas of the city is this for?
People who live in L8


The Florrie - Community Hub, 377 Mill Street, Liverpool, L8 4RF



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