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Getting to Knowsley Flower Show and Feelgood Festival

The countdown is on for the 20th Knowsley Flower Show which takes place on Sunday 5th August from 11.00am to 5.00pm.

And it’s not just the Knowsley Flower Show to look forward to. There’ll be more fun at Court Hey Park that weekend, with the Feelgood Festival providing the perfect warm-up the day before (Saturday, August 4).

No matter what your energy levels are, you can enjoy the many health and wellbeing activities offered at the Feelgood Festival, such as physical activities to boost your heart rate, and calmer activities designed to relax and de-stress you.

On-site parking is available all day at the Knowsley Flower Show for £4 and for £2 at the Feelgood Festival. Please remember to bring cash.

Why not leave the car at home and take advantage of the free shuttle buses running across Knowsley? Buses are going to and from Huyton, Halewood, Kirkby, Whiston/Prescot, and Knowsley Village via Stockbridge Village all day. You can view the timetable on knowsleyflowershow.com.

Travelling by train? The nearest station is Broadgreen Station which is a 10 minute walk away.

Both events take place at Court Hey Park which is on Roby Road, Huyton L16 3NA, and you can find a map and directions on knowsleyflowershow.com

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