Manchester’s Pixel Kicks is to design and develop a new website for Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust.
The project, which was won after a competitive pitch, is expected to be finished in time for the summer when, lockdown restrictions allowing, will again be able to welcome visitors.
The responsive website will showcase the Palm House’s complete offering, including highlights from its collection, events, tickets and booking information, as well as its history and heritage.
Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust is a registered charity which manages the Grade II-listed Sefton Park Palm House, which was built in 1896 and contains a botanical collection which boasts over 200 plants from five continents.
Matt Hartley, principal sales and account manager at Pixel Kicks, said: “Sefton Park Palm House is the jewel of Liverpool’s Sefton Park and is an iconic Victorian glasshouse which is much loved by the community and by people from across the region.
“We want to build on that profile so visitors can really appreciate what this unique venue has to offer, and why it deserves a place on wedding venue shortlists.”
Roy Boardman, director at Sefton Park Palm House Preservation Trust, said Pixel Kicks was the “ideal fit”.