What’s Your Granby Story?

The last Granby 4 Streets Market of this summer season this Saturday, 5th September. And a very special one too. We are telling the stories of the place now. Listen. This is Zeena Mekki telling a story of this week, this century and the last one. The story of a seafarer. The story of a migrant. The story […]

The Great Street?

Cairns Street in Granby selected for possible ‘Great Street’ award. Unless you’ve been living under a stone or, even worse, not reading my blog posts, you’ll know that Assemble, the Granby 4 Streets architects have been nominated for the Turner Prize for their work with us. What might have escaped your notice is that we’ve also […]

Around Lark Lane

Thought I’d be working today but, to my own surprise I got something finished a day earlier than expected, so? It’s Friday, the sky is blue, let’s go! Not a particularly long Friday Walk in terms of miles this one, but it covers nearly 40 years of my life. The terraced house in Wavertree where […]

Between the Raindrops

A wet day in Granby 4 Streets This was to be the one. Our High Summer Street Market. The one that would warm our memories when the winter comes. The one where we’d sit around as the summer afternoon turned to evening and reflect on what a year it’s been. In the end we laughed […]

Getting Ready: In Granby 4 Streets

It’s the August Street Market, yes August already, this Saturday. And in Granby we’re getting ready. Plus new ones, arriving all the time these days. A newcomer promised for this time is Bettylicious Cooks, promising Creole Soul Food. So for these and our other food suppliers sake, don’t have a very big breakfast before you […]

Inspecting Liverpool, July 2015

I’ve done this before on here, walking round the North and the South of the city taking photographs to roughly see how it’s doing on an ‘ordinary’ day. Meaning not some great holiday or special events day, but one where the streets and the people are just going about their business much like they always […]