When: Thu 4th Apr - 09.30 - 12.30
Where: Liverpool Parish Church (Our Lady and Saint Nicholas), Old Churchyard, Liverpool, UK
Why should residents attend?
- Homelessness is an issue which affects people from all backgrounds
- Homelessness has a negative impact on the City economy
- Homelessness reflects badly on Liverpool as a destination and as a community.
This is a must attend event for any resident of the city centre or waterfront who cares about the issue of homelessness and rough sleeping in the Liverpool City Region.
Gain greater insight and engagement from key speakers including: the Mayor of Liverpool, Metro Mayor of the Liverpool City Region, Crisis UK, a homeless survivor, distinguished panel of business leaders including: Peter Moore (CEO, LFC), Steven Connolly (Estate Director, Liverpool ONE), Bronwen Rapley (CEO Onward Homes) Denise Banks (Commercial Director, Gaskells Waste) and Andy Cooke (Chief Constable of Merseyside Police).
Bill Addy (CEO, Liverpool BID Company), Liam Thorp (Polictal Editor, Liverpool Echo) and Rae Brooke (CEO, Community Foundation for Merseyside) will also contribute to this important debate.
With the much-respected Professor Michael Parkinson of the University of Liverpool chairing the event.
Book for the free event HERE on Eventbrite