Liverpool Irish Centre goes from strength to strength

By Patrick Muldoon
The Liverpool Irish Centre is a vibrant community and social hub at the heart of the Irish community on Merseyside that continues to thrive.

When the centre was established in 1964 at a city-centre site in Mount Pleasant, adjacent to where the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King was being constructed, it had the explicit aim of being “a spiritual home for Irish people in and around Liverpool”, and a centre in the true sense of the word which would strive to keep the Irish culture alive in Liverpool by promoting Irish traditions, songs, dance, music, goods and sports. Initially serving first and second generation Irish, since then its mission has broadened to include reaching out to later generations born in Merseyside.

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