One Day in Liverpool

Knowing this was likely to be an interestingly varied Wednesday, I decided I’d photograph my way around Liverpool and record what happened and who I met,  on one day late in April in 2016. The previous day, after a 27 year wait, we’ve had the findings of the Hillsborough Inquests into the deaths of the […]

Sunday Afternoon: Mid November

Out walking with my camera on an ordinary Sunday in the middle of November 2015. Except there are no ordinary Sundays. And why not? I quite like a bit of disruption, changes the look of the place for a while. Next stop, something Sarah had told me about earlier. People are obviously getting desperately hungry […]

Restoration

It can’t have escaped your notice if you visit this blog regularly that I’ve been involved for 5 years now with the community of people and orgnisations who are restoring the last original 4 Streets of houses in Granby, Liverpool.Now in these last few weeks my involvement has entered the new stage for me, of […]

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 […]

On site: In Granby today

Still construction training opportunities for young people available. See below for details, together with this supportive article from the Liverpool Echo. A perfect sunny afternoon for having a look at how things are going in Granby, Liverpool 8. This end all done. Plus Dane at work on the far end. But I’m principally here today […]

Wondrous Day

And so, on 9th October 2014 it all came together, and ‘the chink of light’ we spoke about four springtimes ago shone brightly on Granby 4 Streets as history turned up and witnessed the community of the place, at long last, take a formal stake in the future. Granby 4 Streets Community Land Trust is […]