Next To Nowhere – 96 Bold Street, L1


Next To Nowhere - underneath News To Nowhere

Next To Nowhere

96 Bold Street,
Liverpool L1 4HY

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“Next To Nowhere” / Liverpool Social Centre is a volunteer-run, radical, do-it-yourself space for meetings and events.

We have a vegan cafe every Saturday afternoon We can show films, have computers & wi-fi internet access that you’re welcome to use, and a library of radical books.

We’re located underneath News From Nowhere Bookshop – ring the white doorbell on the red door next to the bookshop entrance. Access is via stairs, but a lift is available if needed.


Next To Nowhere is a vegan space – this means that our cafe and kitchen are not used for any food or drink that is derived from animals: no meat, dairy, eggs or honey. We ask that people using our space respect this.

Not everyone involved in Next To Nowhere is vegan, but many are, and we decided to be a vegan space and provide affordable vegan food because: the meat and dairy industries harm animals and damage the environment, there are few wholly vegan places to eat, vegan food is often a healthy choice, and as it can be eaten by almost everybody it is the most accessible choice.

We run a vegan cafe on Saturday afternoons, from 12 till 5pm. The menu depends on the people who’ve volunteered to cook that day, and will usually consist of at least one main meal and one dessert. Food is by donation – you are welcome to pay what you can afford. Suggested donations for food are usually around £3 for the main, £1-£2 for dessert, and 50p for teas, coffees and soft drinks. (Please bear in mind the time and work given by the cafe volunteers, the cost of ingredients, and that the cafe supports the running costs of the social centre).

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One thought on “Next To Nowhere – 96 Bold Street, L1

  1. Unhygienic; scruffy and in poor state. Poorly run; used to be ok, but no longer meets basic food hygiene standards. Not suitable for unsupervised children under 18.

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