When: Wed 17th Jul - 5:30pm-8pm
Where: The Florrie, 377 Mill Street, Liverpool, L8 4RF
‘As I went walking I saw a sign there
And on the sign it said “No Trespassing.”
But on the other side it didn’t say nothing,
That side was made for you and me.’
– Woody Guthrie, This Land is Your Land
The last in our series of 3 events about engaging with issues from the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This time we have invited the following heritage projects from around the city but beyond the boundary of the UNESCO WHS:
- The Florence Institute
- Walton Library
- Friends of Anfield Cemetery
- Lister Drive Library
- The Rotunda
- Everton Library
We will be looking at the connections between these various local-led heritage initiatives and the WHS and exploring the stories from each project and hopefully in that process also experiencing that the boundaries might dissolve a little or at least become more permeable and porous.
We’ll be talking about that and more from 5:30 on 17th July at The Florrie. We’ll see you there.
Organised in partnership with Wordscape’s Fiona and Andrew this event is certain to be a fascinating and insightful discussion as the previous two events have proved already.