Our boarders are getting in the Halloween spirit early this year. On Saturday 16 October, we took part in the Hope Street Shivers Ghost tour. The tour experience takes in both of the city’s striking Cathedrals, the crooked smile of Rodney Street and the mysterious story of Will McKenzie’s blackened pyramid tomb, bears witness to the faded grandeur of the old Wellington Rooms and the shadowy opulence of the City’s Georgian Old Town. Concluding beneath the Gothic majesty of Liverpool Anglican Cathedral in St James’ cemetery, the City’s former necropolis resting place for nearly 58,000 souls. It was nice to enjoy the beautiful views of our city in a different light, whilst having a giggle and a scare at the same time. 

When it comes to Halloween activities, there's nothing like making time for pumpkin carving. It is a fun activity to get into the Halloween spirit and a great way to express your creativity, regardless of your age. The day boarders did really well making their pumpkins. We displayed some at the front of the boarding house.

Mrs Latham (Head of Boarding)