Then and Now, a ‘Lost Tribes of Liverpool’ talk and photographic exhibition
Remember how things used to be before people were relocated out of the city?
Ken Rogers, author of ‘The Lost Tribes of Liverpool’ is giving a talk and big screen photographic presentation at Norris Green Library. This talk accompanies a photographic exhibition which will open on 29th April. The exhibition tells the story of life in Liverpool’s inner city streets before and after the clearances of the 1960s and 1980s , clearances that affected 200,000 people and brought thousands to suburb estates like Norris Green. The modern mirror image photos, taken by Mark Loudon, highlight the transformational change that has taken place in what is now the spectacular modern day Everton Park, where summer wildflowers have now replaced the former concrete jungle of back-to-back houses.
Talk begins at 4pm: To book your free place, please contact Norris Green Library on the below email address or telephone number.
Event Date: Monday 30th April – Monday 30th April 2018
LOCATION: Norris Green Librray, townsend avenue, Liverpool L11 5AF
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This event has been submitted by the event organiser and is not endorsed by Culture Liverpool or Liverpool City Council. If you have any questions, please direct them to the event organiser.