When: Wed 4th Nov - 19.00

Where: Online, via Zoom

Engage responded to the Covid-19 crisis by cancelling our seminar series for 2020 on tourism but we have still been working and one of our big projects this year was working in collaboration with others to fight the Mayor’s proposal for a Zip Wire attraction landing on the roof of the Victorian Grade II listed Central Library.

We worked closely with the Victorian Society for the first time and really appreciated the work they do and the support that gave us. We have invited Tom Taylor, Conservation Advisor at the Victorian Society, and are delighted that he is able to come and speak at our AGM which will be digital this year. He will explore the zip wire controversy and look at the work of the Vic Soc in Liverpool with a particular emphasis on the magnificent libraries around the city all built in the Victorian era and some of them at risk and others currently being renovated by members of the public who are concerned to preserve these wonderful aspects of our rich Victorian heritage.

He will speak first and then following a Q&A we will have a brief moment for any city centre and waterfront residents (you don’t have to be leaseholders you can be tenants) to put themselves forward as Directors of Engage and Board Members and those current members who wish to continue will put themselves forward for re-election. We will also present our annual accounts to the meeting. The minutes for last year’s meeting are already posted on our About page, along with our most recent Financial Report 2020, under Key Documents.

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If you’re interested in joining the Engage Liverpool board, but would like to talk to us about the role first, drop us a line via our Contact page.