Sefton Park Palm House. A focal point in Sefton Park, so much to see, so much to come and enjoy or have it all to yourself for a wedding or a party.
Sefton Park Palm House Sefton Park
Heritage and History

Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust is a registered charity set up in 1996 to manage Sefton Park Palm House. Prior to that a committee worked closely with Liverpool City Council to bring together the final stages of the restoration campaign and to set up the Trust.  Our committed team of Palm House volunteers work hard to support events and activities.  We are very grateful to them all.  Please click here for an interesting article written by our campaign and volunteer Jane Baxter ‘Palm House Memories’.

The Trust raises all its own income. This covers the running costs, together with an annual contribution to Liverpool City Council towards the building maintenance of Sefton Park Palm House and supports an events programme that offers many more reasons to visit.

Today the Trust employs a core staff team of 5, who work in specially built offices on site. We also have a support team of 10 Casual Event Assistants who help at Trust events and private functions.

Our set of Values are an important background to our work and we are proud of our open, supportive and efficient way of working. Our VAQAS Award recognises our high standards to the visiting public.

Registered Office: Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust,
Sefton Park Palm House, Sefton Park, Liverpool L17 1AP
Charity registration number: 1059957.
Company Limited by Guarantee registration number: 327 2897



palmhouse heritage and history