COVID-19 Update


Dear friends of Strawberry Field,

Last September we proudly “opened the gates for good” as we welcomed visitors from all over the world into our new visitor centre. However, in these uncertain and anxious times we, like everyone else, have been monitoring the latest Government guidance as we seek to prioritise the safety of everyone and do all we can to delay the spread of Covid-19.

In our desire to keep our team, the Steps to Work trainees, visitors and community safe, we have therefore made the decision to temporarily close the visitor centre to the general public from Wednesday 18th March at 2pm. We will, however, continue to use the resources of Strawberry Field to serve the vulnerable in our local community, in response to the pandemic. 

Whilst our centre doors might be temporarily closing to the general public, our commitment to work for the greater good continues. We will offer support to those who may need it and will seek to show love and care in these unimaginable days. If you need our help, please call us on 0151 252 6130 Monday - Friday or email We will also be providing regular updates across our social media channels.

We are grateful for the hard work and dedication of our team at this difficult time and also want to thank you for your continued support. Despite the challenges we are all facing, let’s support one another. Look after yourself and those around you; the only way safely through this is by working together.

Stay safe and well.

Forever yours,

The Strawberry Field Team



We are preparing to re-open Strawberry Field as soon as guidelines allow, for limited numbers of visitors who can get to us safely. We are excited to welcome you back and we will be making some changes so that we can all remain safe during your visit.

Look out for updates on our website and across social media channels as we announce them. You can also sign up to our newsletter via our website for the latest news.

We can't wait to welcome you back again soon!

“I truly believe this is a wonderful and important project.”

Peter Hooton, Chair of the Beatles Legacy Group