The sun shone again on the final day of the Wirral Festival of Firsts, attracting crowds to the displays of artworks along Hoylake Promenade. Below are some photos we took at the event. Don’t forget you can also see photos of the festival parade along Market Street by clicking HERE. Congratulations to everyone involved in this year’s festival – the many varied events were enjoyed by hundreds of people. Roll on next year! (P.S. You can also read our in-depth feature on Hoylake by clicking HERE.)
Antony Dala’s remarkable equine sculptures are made from horseshoes
Emma Holtaway’s striking portrait of rock singer Corey Taylor. Emma’s sitting on the right in the next photo.
There were also exhibitors in the Community Centre, including this stall selling beautiful Gambian art in aid of a Gambian mental health charity
Above and below are examples of the Gambian artworks
Jo Smith from Hoylake’s popular Seagrass Studio Gallery was among the exhibitors in the Community Centre
And outside was John White with some of his stunning woodcarvings
On the green by the Lifeboat Station an afternoon of music began with Liverpool’s Pagoda Chinese Youth Orchestra
The strong winds were a bit of a hazard for some exhibitors!