How to Travel Around British Style Collective

How to Travel Around British Style Collective
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British Style Collective will land in Liverpool for the very first time, marking the start of a three-day fashion extravaganza spread across some of the city’s iconic landmarks, including the Echo Arena, Albert Dock, St George’s Hall and the Baltic Quarter.

After 27 years under the roof of Birmingham’s NEC, visitors may be wondering how they can travel around the four Liverpool venues with ease under the weight of all those shopping bags.

Thanks to the British Style Collective’s official bus travel partner Arriva North West, you can hop on and off a dedicated bus route, taking you between the event venues. It’s completely free for all ticket holders, and what’s more, if you’re yet to purchase a ticket, you can get 20% off when booking online and using the code ARRIVA20.

Taking place across Liverpool city centre from 7th to 9th July, the event features catwalks, pop-up stores, exclusive Q&As, panel discussions and music performances hosted by some of the nation’s favourite celebrities, designers, bloggers and vloggers.

Julie Linforth, Marketing Director Arriva North West, said: “We’re delighted to be supporting the British Style Collective as its official travel partner. Liverpool residents and visitors to the city will be able to rely on the free shuttle buses to get them around this super-sized event in style! Free WiFi and USB charging points will mean it’s easy to stay connected and share pictures from the day with friends and family.”

For those coming into Liverpool Lime Street Station, the first point to hop on will be at St John’s Lane, taking you through the city and onto the Strand. Stopping at Liverpool One Bus Station, the official event starting point, which is outside Liverpool One and over the road from the vibrant Albert Dock (for Fine Tuned), The Alcatel Fashion Arena and Exhibition Centre Liverpool (Shopping Halls). From here visitors can hop back on and loop up to Lime Street Station for St George’s Hall.

For more information visit the Arriva Bus website or the British Style Collective website.



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