The River Festival Liverpool was started by the Mayor of Liverpool to celebrate the maritime heritage of the city. As mayor, Joe Anderon MBE has an ambitious plan for Liverpool: a strong and growing city, built on fairness.
The Mayoral Club is an exclusive business initiative for Liverpool, which fosters a symbiotic ecosystem between the public and private sectors to collectively drive the cultural agenda of the city. Mayoral Club membership contributes to the River Festival.
Arts Council England is a non-departmental public body of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. They are a major funder of River Festival Liverpool and the Changing Tides programme.
Liverpool City Council – The voice of the City. One Team, One Council.
Huyton Asphalt Ltd have been successfully trading throughout the UK for almost half a century.
We have worked on Nationwide Contracts that include surfacing roads, car parks, footpaths and sports pitches with associated preparation works – see our case study page for further information.
Heart plays music guaranteed to make you feel good. It’s the soundtrack to your life whether you’re getting up, on the move or just chilling out. Available on 105.4FM in the North West and online at www.heart.co.uk
Arriva North West runs a network of local bus services across Merseyside and The Wirral, Lancashire, Cheshire and Greater Manchester.You can buy tickets and find all the information you need to make travelling by Arriva buses in the North West easy.
Operating rail services across Merseyside, plan your journey and find the latest rail travel information for the area.
We’re the charity who look after and bring to life Liverpool’s docks and 2,000 miles of waterways, because we believe that life is better by water. Our canals, rivers and docks offer a place to pause, to walk, to jog or simply to be. Visit www.canalrivertrust.org.uk and discover your own local source of wellbeing.
Huyton Asphalt Civils are a national contractor with our own directly employed workforce, own operated plant controlled by our experienced management team.
In 2018, the Government launched its 25 year plan for the environment, pledging that we would be the first generation to leave our environment in a better state than we found it. 2019 will be a year of green action across Liverpool City Region where people from all backgrounds will have the opportunity to be involved in projects that improve the natural world.
Find out more at Liverpool City Region Year of Environment 2019 website
We’ve partnered with Able AI to make the River Festival as accessible to all as possible. With their easy to use Chat-Bots, we’re supporting people with disabilities, our ageing population or those who need a little extra help to live more independently and inclusively.