St. Luke's Gardens

St. Luke's Gardens ulasan, Liverpool

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Mei 2021 • Pasangan
i travelled from chester last weekend with my father-in-law who wished to see the memorial on your front lawn we wasnt dissapointed, we were blown away with your church and your garden area being used as a bar for hot and cold drinks was a added bonus. we could not have asked for a more greater day and the young lad i believe his name was lee was security, but he could have been a host or tour guide was absolutly fantastic, the place was busy and he just seemed to find the time to welcome each and every person in a polite manner commonly unheard of from most security and the fact he served for i believe 10-12 years in the forces he and my father-in-law hit it off. we will definatly be returning in the near future we also would like to donate to the church and that will take place sometime this week. again thank you so much for what you have done to this remarkable building.

paul.
Ditulis pada 13 Mei 2021
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK608.210 kontribusi
Beautiful war memorial, nice sitting in the garden area.
Apr 2021 • Teman
In my opinion one of the most beautiful churches in Liverpool and certainly one of the most poignant war memorials in Liverpool is St Luke's Church ( Bombed Out Church ) and the garden area that the church is housed in is also beautiful, some great memorials here including one dedicated to the Christmas Day Truce in the first world war, one to the Irish Famine, one in honour of Roy Castle and another honouring the island of Malta ,our latest visit to here saw my twin brother Stephen and I visiting the Garden Bar, St Luke's Church ( Bombed Out Church ) were we enjoyed some great craft beers and chilling out in the glorious Spring sunshine, its great to see the church grounds looking so good and being utilised in such a positive way.
St Lukes Gardens are easy to locate along Leece Street, most definitely well worth checking out if you're in the area.
Ditulis pada 29 April 2021
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK608.210 kontribusi
Beautiful.
Nov 2020 • Teman
One of the most iconic and poignant war memorials in Liverpool is undoubtedly St Luke's Church, known as the Bombed Out Church, this once thriving Anglican church was hit by incendiary bombs on the 6th of May 1941 boring the dark days of the Liverpool blitz during world war two, after the flames died down all that remained was the burnt out shell of the church which has remained unaltered for close to eighty years, its a permanent reminder of the futility of war and a memorial to the thousands of people killed and injured during the air raids ,the gardens of the church are beautiful, so well kept ,there are some touching memorials in the gardens ,my favourite is the two soldiers from the first world war, one German and one British about to play a game of football, this is in honour of the famous Christmas Day Truce in 1914 when guns were lowered and soldiers from both sides crossed into " no mans land " to exchange gifts,cigarettes and drinks in a rare show of humanity in a brutal and debilitating war ,if only all conflicts throughout the world could be solved with a game of football, would be wonderful, theres also a tribute yo Roy Castle and a very poignant memorial to the Irish Famine plus a memorial to the Island Of Malta, its a great place to wander around, recently opened in the gardens is an open air bar serving great food and beers ,very cool and very popular indeed, all in all its a wonderful garden area to visit, a famous landmark and easy to locate along Leece Street.
Most definitely well worth checking out if you're in the area or planning to visit Liverpool.
Ditulis pada 12 November 2020
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK608.210 kontribusi
Yet another reason to visot here.
Jul 2020 • Teman
I love to visit St Luke's Church ( Bombed Out Church ) ,its a permanent reminder of the horrors of war ,hit by an incendiary bomb during the May blitz of 1941,only the shell of the church survived ,what you see today is what was left after the bombing of Liverpool all them years ago .
The gardens here are beautiful, very well kept ,besides the beautiful church you have some interesting monuments here, the two first world war soldiers, one British and one German ,a recreation of the famous Christmas Eve truce football match,theres also the Irish Famine Monument and a plaque to Roy Castle ,touching and poignant monuments.
With the relaxing of the coronavirus lockdown restrictions pubs and bars have been allowed to reopen and in the grounds of the Bombed Out Church is a new bar called Bombed Out Church Garden Bar which is fantastic, it opened on the 7th of July and my brother and I were the first customers, had a great time,craft beers in a fantastic setting.
St Lukes Gardens are easy to locate along Leece Street and are most definitely well worth a visit.
Ditulis pada 12 Juli 2020
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Neil K
Liverpool, UK608.210 kontribusi
It's so beautiful and relaxing.
Nov 2019 • Teman
One of Liverpool's most powerful war memorials is St Luke's Church known as The Bombed Out Church, this is a vivid reminder of the May 1941 blitz that occurred during the second world war, an incendiary bomb struck the beautiful Anglican church and reduced it to a burned out shell,in the 1950's the church was deemed a Grade II listed building and subsequently a war memorial to the dead of both world wars ,its a beautiful place to visit,the church looks superb but to me the wonderful St Luke's Gardens are equally beautiful, well kept and well maintained there are some really good statues here,theres a beautiful statue in honour of the Christmas Day Truce that occurred in 1914 when amid all the carnage of the first World War British and German soldiers layed down their arms and left the trenches and in the middle of no mans land exchanged cigarettes, alcohol and food and played a game of football ,the two sculptures are superb ,theres also a monument to the Irish famine that is very touching ,all this in beautiful well kept grounds .
My twin brother Stephen and I were heading to The Roscoe Head Pub and popped into The Bombed Out Church and enjoyed a good 20 minute walk around the gardens enjoying the great architecture and the stunning gardens.
Easy to locate along Leece Street, most definitely well worth checking out if your in the area or planning a trip to Liverpool.
Ditulis pada 29 November 2019
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