Fire Safety for Cake Makers & Tattoo Artists

Hope Street Liverpool Fire Safety

Fire Safety for Cake Makers & Tattoo Artists

We get to work in some really interesting premises. The team is currently installing a new fire safety system at The Annexe in Hope Street, Liverpool.  Nestled away up the stone steps, a few doors past The Everyman Theatre, are a whole host of small businesses that the new system will be helping to protect. Here’s a run down on just a handful of them.


If you need a blow dry or a cut whilst you are in the Georgian Quarter give this avant garde salon a visit. You’ll get a bespoke hairdressing experience using only organic hair colours and styling products. Find them on Facebook via the link below.


At the time of writing these young guns are working on five detached houses and a traditional workers cottage in the leafy suburbs of Huyton with Roby. Once that’s under their belt the small, award winning design-led practice might be able to help you achieve that chic approach to building and design for your next home or project. Find them online here.

Smith Young led on converting this Grade II listed building.


Keep abreast of the culinary and social scene in Liverpool with #LiverpoolConfidential. Headed by Angie Salmon, follow them on Twitter for no holds barred restaurant reviews, offers and competitions.


For the most beautiful hand made cakes, don’t pass this company by.  We were staggered by the thought and detail when we checked them out on Facebook here. They even do Unicorn Cakes! Who can resist?

Just one of the amazing creations. A Royal Albert Old Country Roses tea set, for an 80th birthday.



A group of friends and artists running a tattoo and piercing studio together from the heart of Liverpool’s creative district. We’re sharing a post with some of their more conservative offerings below. But if you’re in the market for something all together more daring, then take a closer look at their Facebook page!



Massage and acupuncture experts Nadine and Deborah are based in The Annexe at 13 Hope Street.  When it all gets too much the duo can bust your stress with massage and acupuncture.  Learn about their cosmetic facial acupuncture here. They claim is it rejuvenates and relaxes facial muscles and reduces fine lines on your face.​

Acupuncture is reputed to acupuncture treat pain, nausea, migraine, headache, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and infertility.

There’s a full list of tenants at The Annexe on their website including contact details, here’s the page. Run by Annexe Inc. the venue is central to the creative and cultural hub in the city of Liverpool. They offer affordable space for offices to rehearsals  to businesses that serve the theatre, arts and media. The building is often fully occupied but you can be added to the mailing list by emailing


If you happen to be on Hope Street and are still lamenting the demise of the old Everyman Bistro. Well you can stop fretting; Paddy and the team set up a while ago next door @ThePenFactory. In their own words offering “Real Ale, Cocktails & Boss Food”. We agree, find the menu here. Follow them on Instagram to whet your appetite.

The Pen Factory offers a selection of delicious small plates. Closed Sundays.

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