Everything You Need To Know About Santa Paws Coming To Town
Have you heard the news? Santa Paws is coming to Liverpool on Sunday the 10th December. Has your dog been naughty or nice this year? There’s only one way to find out. We are delighted to be working alongside Merseyside Dogs Home to deliver this event. They do some pretty incredible work for abandoned dogs around Merseyside but sadly do this without any government funding. The only way they can continue to look after the dogs is through people reaching into their pocket so we’d like to thank you all for coming down and contributing.
As well as intense excitement we’re sure you’re bursting with questions. We’ve answered most of them below but any other queries get in touch via [email protected]
Where is it?
It’s at Baltic Market which is based at Cain’s Brewery. The postcode is L85XJ and we are on Stanhope Street.
What time is it on?
It will start at 11am and finish at 4pm but the Baltic Market will be on until 9pm so you can stick around after it and have yourself a feast.
What’s in the dog market?
There will be 8 stalls selling a range of dog clothes, dog biscuits and more!
Do I need a dog to come?
Nope. Just come and marvel at them all day. We’ll be joining you.
Is there any parking nearby?
Yes the Cains Brewery has onsite parking! It’s £2 an hour or £5 for 24 hours.
How will the grotto work?
We have a huge Gazebo just outside of the premises where the grotto will be inside. Dogs and their humans can queue up and get their picture taken with Santa Paws and get a chew at the end. As the event is for charity there’s a recommended donation of £2 towards all the amazing work Merseyside Dogs Home do.
How much is it to see Santa Paws?
As the event is for charity there’s a recommended donation of £2 towards all the amazing work Merseyside Dogs Home do. But you can donate whatever you want!
Is there an age limit?
Will there be queues?
The event has gained incredible attraction and we are so happy that so many of you want to come down! As you know, we do have limited space so we can only apologise if there’s any queues to get in or see Santa Paws but we just want to make sure guests and their dogs are safe and have the best experience.