Why your support matters

To realise our vision of a revived Strawberry Field we need your support.

We have already received some generous backing, but we still greatly need donations to open the gates to Strawberry Field.

If you’re a fan of the Beatles and John Lennon, this is a not-to-be-missed opportunity to be part of this incredible legacy. Your donation will bring life back to this place where John spent so many happy times as a child.

Along with an impressive history, there are also significant plans for the future of this famous site. Through your donations, Strawberry Field can be a vibrant visitor experience that inspires people today as much as the place inspired the young Lennon.

The training hub will provide the opportunities to change the lives of marginalised young people – those who may need extra support to develop the skills and confidence to secure work, live independently and play an active part in society. And the gardens will provide a much-needed space to escape and explore, away from our busy everyday lives.

The visitor centre

Building on the legacy and creating a new, authentic exhibition dedicated to telling the story of the place, the song and Lennon’s early life.

The garden

Creating a space for relaxation, contemplation and exploration.

The training centre

Giving young people with learning disabilities the skills and opportunities to succeed.

The city

Opening this iconic site and bringing the original gates back to Liverpool!

We need your help to bring Strawberry Field back to life. Please donate now.



The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army works in 128 countries around the world, demonstrating Christian faith, hope and love through practical support and friendship to people of all ages, backgrounds and needs.

New merchandise

Visit the online store to see our range of unique exclusive Strawberry Field merchandise and be one of the first to own something from the collection. 

Training and Employment

Strawberry Field will offer young people training and employment through its Steps to Work programme. Find out more here.

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

Peter Hooton, Chair of the Beatles Legacy Group