Voting for the Hidden Gem category has now closed. The winner will be announced at the awards ceremony on Thursday 16 below. See the shortlist below. Birkenhead Priory, Wirral – The oldest standing building in the city region, which comprises of a chapel, museum and refectory. Bluecoat Gardens, Liverpool – Behind the Bluecoat Arts Centre the gardens have space for outdoor performances alongside a woodland area. Friends of Williamson Tunnels, Liverpool – A labyrinth of tunnels and underground caverns in Edge Hill and preserved by this group of volunteers. Hobo Kiosk, Liverpool – Small friendly pub in the Baltic Quarter with selected local beers, unique design and warm atmosphere. L20 Restaurant, Sefton – Created by Hugh Baird College in 2003, the restaurant provides training, work experience and inspiration for students taking their first steps into the catering industry. Old Dock Tour, Liverpool – Liverpool’s Old Dock – the world’s first commercial enclosed wet dock – has been carefully preserved under Liverpool One and has free tours available. Red Brick Market, Liverpool – An independent market in the Baltic Quarter with over 50 businesses under one roof – it also supports local artists and start-ups. Squash Café, Liverpool – An eco-friendly community led food space in Toxteth, which incorporates a food shop, café and catering space. St Peters Church, Liverpool – An Anglican Church in Woolton Village with strong links to the early days of The Beatles. Zap Graffiti Arts, Liverpool – A unique graffiti art focused venue providing classes, workshops for schools and custom artwork.