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Royal Albert Dock Says Thanks A Bunch This Mother’s Day

Royal Albert Dock Liverpool is saying Thanks a Bunch to mums this Mother’s Day, and will be giving away 1859 daffodils on Sunday 19 March, which is the distance in miles from Liverpool to Ukraine by road as the city builds up to host the Eurovision Contest in May.

This is the second year that the dock has given away complimentary daffodils to mums as part of its Thanks a Bunch campaign, showing a gesture of appreciation to mums and mother figures visiting the dock for their Mother’s Day lunch, or a stroll around the waterfront.

Nearly 400 bunches of daffodils will be gifted from two different locations at the dock from 11am, by the Beatles Story at the Britannia Courtyard and in front of the Martin Luther King Jr. Building adjacent to The Pumphouse, with each bunch containing a QR code which links to a list of dock treats for mums.

Mother's Day Royal Albert Dock Daffodil Giveaway

On Mother’s Day only, mums who show their bunch of free daffodils at selected dock restaurants, shops and attractions can redeem a variety of amazing offers, with highlights including free entry to Tate Liverpool’s special exhibition, JMW Turner with Lamin Fofana: Dark Waters, a free glass of bubbly or coffee at Revolucion de Cuba, and a lucky dip at The Nest with the chance to win a free candle, greeting card and more.

Those looking for the perfect restaurant to treat mum to a tasty Sunday lunch are spoilt for choice, with many of the dock venues offering special Mother’s Day menus for a memorable feast, such as an indulgent sharing roast at Gusto or a Catalonia-inspired Mother’s Day Banquet at Lunyalita.

If you feel like dining at the docks, be sure to check out our Royal Albert Dock Restaurants and Bars Guide.

For the full list of treats and t&c’s head to – 


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