Make Liverpool: One of Liverpool’s best ideas

Just a few words on behalf of Make Liverpool, a few friends who are leading what I think is one of Liverpool’s best ideas. A large space, in Liverpool’s North Docks, where you can go and make things. In space you don’t have and with tools you can only dream of owning yourself. Simple and brilliant.

If you’ve been around this blog for a while you’ll have heard of them before. And all has progressed steadily and well over the last year or so since they got hold of their long not used industrial space just off the Dock Road. And now they’re ramping things up more than a bit and gathering their metal work tools and opportunities. They’ve launched Make Liverpool Weld. Imagine that? Being able to go somewhere local and, with training and help if needed, do welding? Do serious metal work. Bringing serious industrial skills and production back to North Liverpool, once known as the workshop of the world.

A serious part of bringing a big place and its locally driven economy back to life. With help.

Yes, they can’t do it all by themselves, these friends of mine. They’re asking for our help. So dig in if you can and help out with their crowdfunding campaign? Because, make no mistake, Make Liverpool is one of Liverpool’s very best ideas.

Go to Make Liverpool’s Indiegogo site, learn more and see if you can join in with creating a brilliant future in Liverpool’s North Docks.

Published by Ronnie

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