We’re open!

The Squash shop and garden cafe are both open!

Throughout the pandemic, through the generosity of our shoppers and our hard-working staff and volunteer team we have been able to continue to support many local families, particularly refugees and asylum seekers. Click here if you would like to ‘Soup it Forward’ or ‘Veg Box it Forward’. It is also possible to pick up a soup for free during opening hours if you need.


The Squash shop and garden cafe are currently open every Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday for fresh produce including organic veg boxes, cupboard staples, sourdough bread (Saturday only) and delicious take-away cafe food.


A great evening to pick up your pre-ordered veg (& fruit) box, your weekly staples and enjoy a delicious evening meal in our beautiful garden! (covered spaces available).


All day shopping plus come and have a delicious lunch.


It’s Sourdough Saturday! Come and pick up one of our fresh baked loaves – all sorts of variations await you like focaccia, sourdough cookies and banana bread. Also a great time to pick up your weekly fresh fruit & veg and cupboard staples

Please wear your mask.

Windsor Street Chakra Rituals

Summer Solstice, June 20th & 21st 2020

On the longest day of the year, six artists & healers; Catherine, Clare, Jackie, Kate, Maxine and Nina travelled from St. James gardens up Windsor Street, to Princes Park. during the covid pandemic lockdown, travelling in a socially-distanced way, they visited the seven chakras (or energy points) along the street. At each place they stopped to bless the spaces offering food, colour, movement, sound healing, song and the planting of wild garlic.

In spring of 2018 Kate devised the Windsor street chakras idea of special spaces of energy in our street, like those found in the body. In the summer of 2020 we revisited these considering:

  • Sustainable transformation of our community
  • Systemic racism
  • The impacts of lockdown

This work was generously supported through the Culture Arts Investment Fund, Culture Liverpool, Liverpool City Council and the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.

10 Years into the 100 year plan: Mapping the future street.

In 2020 we worked on a visual arts and mapping initiative to mark the first decade of our 100 Year Vision, funded through the Arts Council, UKRI, Manchester School of Architecture and in collaboration with community designers, mappers, artists and URBED.